The state of Michigan, the University of Michigan, General Motors, and other entities have crafted climate goals centering around the idea of carbon neutrality or net-zero emissions. We talk with Wake Smith, Yale Professor and Climate Intervention Researcher and Juan Jhong-Chung, Climate Justice Director, Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition, to understand what that means for Michigan and whether these climate neutrality plans and carbon capture technologies will be enough to get us to a “safe place” for future generations.
This conversation featured:
Juan Jhong-Chung, Climate Justice Director, Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition
Moderated by Nina Ignaczak, Founder and Editor of Planet Detroit.
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