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In a captivating episode of From The Ground Up, University of Michigan Professor Sarah Mills and the team delve deep into the intricacies of the energy transition towards renewables. Dubbed an "odd academic" for her unique stance in the energy debate, Professor Mills brings a fresh perspective on the pros and cons of renewable energy, emphasizing the importance of engaging all community members—urban and rural—in the decarbonization effort. From discussing procedural justice in clean energy project siting to exploring how densely populated areas and natural reserves can contribute to the energy transition, this interview sheds light on the complex dynamics at play. Tune in to hear how individuals can advocate for and participate in a fair, informed, and balanced approach to achieving our clean energy goals.

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In a captivating episode of From The Ground Up , University of Michigan Professor Sarah Mills and the team delve deep into the intricacies of the energy transition towards renewables. Dubbed an "odd academic" for her unique stance in the energy debate, Professor Mills brings a fresh perspective on the pros and cons of renewable energy, emphasizing the importance of engaging all community members—urban and rural—in the decarbonization effort. From discussing procedural justice in clean energy project siting to exploring how densely populated areas and natural reserves can contribute to the energy transition, this interview sheds light on the complex dynamics at play. Tune in to hear how individuals can advocate for and participate in a fair, informed, and balanced approach to achieving our clean energy goals. To learn more about today's topic and Professor Sarah Mills' work, check out the following resources: Professor Sarah Mills' testimony for the Michigan State Senate Opinion | Michigan’s system to approve green energy projects is broken Principles for Siting Clean Energy in Michigan to Reach MI Healthy Climate Goals Farmers vs. lakers: Agriculture, amenity, and community in predicting opposition to United States wind energy development The Science of Siting Clean Energy SolSmart: https://solsmart.org/ RSVP for our Nuclear Energy Policy & Uranium Mining Event on February 22nd here. You can attend in-person or virtually. read more read less

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