KBS LTER scientist Steve Hamilton was interviewed after Michigan’s Governor Rick Synder visited the Kellogg Biological Station today to address the state on energy and the environment
“Gov. Rick Snyder’s speech on energy and the environment was on the “net positive side of the ledger” and “overall good” according to Steve Hamilton, a professor of aquatic ecology at Michigan State University’s Kellogg Biological Station in Hickory Corners.
Snyder delivered his address on energy and the environment Wednesday morning at the biological station, laying out how he wants the state to move with its policies on energy and the environment.
“They are not separate silos,” Snyder said of energy and the environment. “They are a symbiotic world.”
Hamilton said he was pleased to hear Snyder say the state needs to take a look at the problems within the larger ecosystem level.”
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