Great Lakes Business Network and Great Lakes Environmental Organizations file Amicus Curiae Brief

GLBN Leaders Hold Press Conference to Request Equal Opportunity

Great Lakes Business Network calls on lawmakers to hold fair hearings on Line 5

Great Lakes Business Network requests equal opportunity to express Line 5 concerns

MI Senate hearing on Line 5 one-sided

Great Lakes Business Network praises plan outlining alternatives to Line 5

Antrim County Commissioners give one-sided argument to Line 5 resolution

Note: This article was originally published in The Review, in Antrim County, MI. Recently, the Antrim County Board of Commissioners invited Enbridge Energy to give a presentation on its Line 5 pipeline. The county board did not invite the Great Lakes Business Network to speak on this issue – or anyone else – instead opting for a last-minute resolution expressing commissioners’ support for this agi ...[Read More]

Gov. Whitmer’s releases 2022 executive budget

Great Lakes Business Network: Line 5 tunnel permits should have been rejected

What will it take to preserve our Great Lakes for future generations?

By: Ken Pargulski, M36 Coffee Roasters When the COVID-19 pandemic hit our state, like many other Michiganders, my life changed dramatically. My business was forced to close, and I quickly had to re-envision a new way forward in order to survive. Even though Michiganders have faced job loss, illness, school closures and more because of COVID-19, we cannot lose sight of other important things, like ...[Read More]