missy stults

City of Ann Arbor

During Monday's December 7th Ann Arbor city council meeting, council will discuss a resolution that, if approved, will lead to the installation of fast-charging electric vehicle stations.  


City of Ann Arbor

The City of Ann Arbor is encouraging residents to become more environmentally friendly during the pandemic. 


City Of Ann Arbor Is Recruiting Climate Ambassadors

Oct 19, 2020
City of Ann Arbor

The City of Ann Arbor is looking for residents to participate in its A2 Zero Climate Ambassador Program.  

City of Ann Arbor

As part of its A2 Zero Carbon Neutrality Plan, the City of Ann Arbor is offering an incentive to residents who purchase electronic bicycles, or E-bikes.  

City of Ann Arbor

The City of Ann Arbor will install a new solar and energy storage system at the Northside Community Center as part of its A2 Zero Carbon Neutrality plan.  

City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor’s city council has approved the city’s “A2 Zero Carbon Neutrality Plan” after making an amendment to the project.  

Ann Arbor Solarize Program Underway

May 12, 2020

Ann Arbor’s city council hasn’t officially adopted the city’s community-wide carbon neutrality plan, but part of that plan is already in motion.  


City Of Ann Arbor Celebrating Earth Day Online

Apr 21, 2020

The City of Ann Arbor will host Earth Day activities on April 22nd, but it will be a virtual celebration this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Ann Arbor Moves Forward With Carbon Neutrality Plan

Apr 13, 2020
City of Ann Arbor / a2gov.org

The City of Ann Arbor continues to move forward with its “A2 Zero Carbon Neutrality Plan,” despite facing some challenges due to the COVID-19 crisis.

    

Missy Stults
Planet Blue-University of Michigan / sustainability.umich.edu

Last year, the City of Ann Arbor declared a "climate emergency."  Now, the city aims to be carbon neutral by the year 2030.  Missy Stults, City of Ann Arbor's Sustainability and Innovations Manager, provides further details on the plan with WEMU's David Fair in this week's "Issues of the Environment."