Should future plans for Line 5 consider climate change?

Should future plans for Line 5 consider climate change?
February 7, 2021 Michigan Public
Photo by Mack Male via flickr.com cc 2.0

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One hot environmental topic that hasn’t featured in the debate on Line 5 is climate change, but should it?

Michigan Radio looks into that question in a report you can read or listen to here.

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Featured image: Enbridge Building (Photo by Mack Male via flickr.com cc 2.0)


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