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|Snyder's speech a 'net positive,' KBS professor says|
|Thursday, 29 November 2012 16:22|
Steve Hamilton, KBS professor of aquatic ecology, spoke with the Kalamazoo Gazette following Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's special message on energy and the environment, delivered at KBS on Wednesday.
Snyder's speech was "on the net positive side of the ledger" and "overall good" though "lacking a more assertive position on renewable energy," Hamilton told Gazette reporter Fritz Klug.
To read Klug's article, click here.
To read Snyder's 19-page special message, click here.