Odyssey Day is comprised of numerous green transportation related events- and we are inviting you! This year,GLACC and Lansing Community College (LCC) will be hosting an Odyssey Day event at LCC’s West Campus. This event will offer unique sessions that will educate attendees on cleaner transportation technologies. Be part of the biggest one-day alternative fuel and advanced vehicle educational event and learn about current technologies and what the future holds! Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The 2012 Plug-in Day Lansing Road Rally is designed and conducted by Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities in partnership with Lansing Board of Water & Light and Lansing Community College. This event is part of the 2012 National Plug-in Day developed by Plug In America, Sierra Club, and the Electric Auto Association.
Is your department prepared to respond to accidents involving alternative fuel vehicles?
Take advantage of free, comprehensive training on responding to accidents involving compressed natural gas vehicles, propane vehicles, electric vehicles, and hydrogen vehicles.
This has been one hot summer! Cool off at the next Green Drinks Lansing on August 3 at Tavern On The Square. Last time, Green Drinks Lansing featured multi-modal transportation and this month continues the transportation theme with some Q&A on emissions reduction efforts in greater Lansing. Reducing vehicle emissions is key for reducing dangerous ground-level ozone rates on hot summer days. When emissions from vehicles chemically react with sunlight and heat we get poor air quality that threatens public health.
GLACC supporters, school administrators, students, district legislators, local officials, and the media will have an opportunity to learn how a $725,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will help school children benefit from cleaner air at a reception and press event held by the Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, October 27 in Grand Ledge.
Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities coalition program manager Maggie Striz Calnin participated in the first National Clean Cities Stakeholder Summit hosted by U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The Summit’s theme this year was “Taking the fast track to petroleum reduction.”