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The GM Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant is joining forces with the non-profit Michigan Urban Farming Initiative to build a homestead out of shipping containers. They plan to turn a shipping container into a sustainable home that will also come with a plot of farming land to cultivate. The home will be designed by TAKD Design and […]
About 300 demonstrators rallied downtown Friday, calling the city’s plan to end service to customers behind in their bills a human rights violation.
Detroit will mark the first anniversary of its bankruptcy filing this Friday, and across the country, people are watching the city to see how it has survived the upheaval.Despite pending cuts for pensioners, as well as widespread poverty, sobering health and violence statistics and a declining population, Detroiters have expressed cautious optimism about recent changes, which include greater in...
Almost three decades ago, I spent a summer as a Student Conservation Association ranger at Isle Royale National Park, in the farthest reaches of northern Michigan. I hiked through the beautiful boreal forests of this World Heritage site, drawn there because of the stories I'd read as a child about the relationship between the wolves and the moose on the island. Not for a moment did I ever worry...
Last month, the City of Detroit's Water and Sewerage Department began to shut off water service for around 3,000 customers a week, people who have fallen behind on payments by more than $150 or 60 days. It's no coincidence that Detroit is one of the cities hardest hit by recession, unemployment and foreclosures in the United States, and I can't help but notice parallels to the work that the int...
After fleeing the Motor City for Holland, Detroit Electric has just announced that production of the SP:01 electric coupe will actually be in the U.K. The post Now Detroit Electric Wants To Build Its Cars In The U.K. appeared first on Gas 2.
George McGraw believes water is a human right. Does anyone else?The post DIGGDEEP, Detroit and Water as a Human Right appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
Human rights experts from the United Nations have expressed their concern about reports of widespread water disconnections throughout the city of Detroit in households unable to pay water bills. The three experts, who specialise in human rights relating to
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Manufacturing/Plants, Lotus, USAHere's some news that will make the urban scavengers sifting through the ruins of the Motor City a little disappointed. Detroit Electric, the slow-moving electric-vehicle maker basing their wares off of a couple of Lotus models is employing people in Detroit. And some local vehicle production may follow.The company is working out of Detro...
Should Detroit Electric be allowed to keep its name if it isn't actually building electric cars in Detroit? Probably notThe post Should Detroit Electric Surrender Its Name? appeared first on Gas 2.