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International appeal: Museum extends reach of MSU, Greater Lansing

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum creates a buzz bringing the region's arts and culture landscape into focus. 

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Locally owned businesses can help communities thrive — and survive climate change

Communities thrive with smaller, locally owned businesses allowing for better responses to market demand, natural disasters, and community engagement. 

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Obama praises invention by MSU, Williamston students
President Barack Obama Monday said the country needs to honor young scientists — such as the Williamston High School students who invented a rip tide warning device — just as much as it celebrates athletes and musicians.
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New online game allows kids to design their own energy-efficient city

Let your kids learn sustainability with this genius new game from National Geographic, GE, and Center for Science. 

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Quest for the best vegetarian meal in Lansing

Finding some of the best options for herbivores in the Lansing area

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Bike path between Detroit and Canada is in the works, advocate says
Now that the New International Trade Crossing (NITC) between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario appears to be moving forward, bicycle advocates are seeing to it that a bike path is built along with the bridge.
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Akerson calls on Obama to form cohesive 30-year energy policy

General Motors CEO calls upon President Obama to create a comprehensive energy plan. 

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Ford Makes a Case for Sustainable Manufacturing


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Tens of thousands march on White House in rally for climate action

summary Jeremy Brosowsky never pictured himself in the garbage business. But when he turned his attention to sustainable agriculture, he realized that what Washington needed most wasn’t another urban farm. It was compost...

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Discusses Michigan Energy Options' new LEED-certified status for East Lansing headquarters.

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