CNS finances, Nov. 23, 2022

Week 12 – 11/23/22

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To: CNS Editors

From: David Poulson and Judy Putnam

http://news.jrn.msu.edu/capitalnewsservice/

Welcome to the 12th CNS file of the 2022 fall semester.

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Here is your file:

HOLIDAY PETS: If your dog throws up her Thanksgiving dinner on that brand new carpet, don’t blame her. Instead, remember to include her in the plans of your next holiday gathering.

Just like people, pets need a routine and a stress-free holiday. We talk to a kennel owner in Ludington, an Oceana County animal control officer and the state’s veterinarian. By Liam Jackson. For news and feature sections. FOR OCEANA, LUDINGTON, LANSING CITY PULSE AND ALL POINTS.

NATIVE CHILDREN: A legal challenge to the federal Indian Welfare Act has raised fears that Native American foster children in Michigan may be less likely to be placed with Native American families. By Sarah Atwood. FOR BAY MILLS, TRAVERSE CITY, SAULT STE. MARIE, ST. IGNACE, PETOSKEY, HARBOR SPRINGS, LEELANAU, DETROIT AND ALL POINTS

ROCK CLIMBING: Despite Michigan’s stereotype as a “flat” state, interest in rock climbing is booming, especially in the Upper Peninsula where Michigan’s first climber-owned park opened near Marquette and Munising hosts an annual ice fest. Climbers in Grand Ledge want the city to better maintain the Ledges there. We hear from climbing groups and the DNR. For news, business, sports and feature sections. For news and outdoors sections. By Cameryn Cass. FOR MARQUETTE, BAY MILLS, IRON MOUNTAIN, SAULT STE. MARIE, CHEBOYGAN, ST. IGNACE, LANSING CITY PULSE AND ALL POINTS.

w/ROCK CLIMBING PHOTO 1: A climber navigating Slugg’s Bluff, the 80-foot-tall quartzite cliff that climbers have been enjoying since the 1970s. Credit: Upper Peninsula Climbing Coalition.

w/ROCK CLIMBING PHOTO 2: Climbers scale icy cliffs at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore during the Ice Fest. Credit: Mike Wilkinson.

w/ROCK CLIMBING PHOTO 3: At Oak Park in Grand Ledge, climbers put rugs at the top of the ropes to prevent erosion. Credit: Cameryn Cass

w/ROCK CLIMBING MAP: A map details the nine major rock climbing opportunities that the Upper Peninsula offers. Credit: Upper Peninsula Climbing Coalition.

FISH LIFT: An ancient device, the Archimedes screw, has been used successfully on the Cheboygan River near Lake Huron to lift native fish upstream over a dam without also bringing in invasive sea lampreys. We talk to researchers from the Great Lakes Fishery Commission in Traverse City and the US Geological Survey in Millersburg in Presque Isle County. By Elaine Mallon. FOR CHEBOYGAN, ST. IGNACE, ALPENA, ALCONA, MIDLAND, MONROE, DETROIT, HOLLAND, LUDINGTON, MANISTEE, OCEANA COUNTY, BENZIE COUNTY, TRAVERSE CITY, PETOSKEY, HARBOR SPRINGS, LEELANAU, SAULT STE. MARIE, MARQUETTE, BAY MILLS AND ALL POINTS.

w/FISH LIFT SUCKERS PHOTO1: The Archimedes screw safely transported these suckers over the Cheboygan Dam. Credit: Scott Miehls.

w/FISH LIFT INSTALLATION PHOTO2: The US Geological Survey watches from a boat as the Archimedes screw is installed. Credit: Scott Miehls

AVIATION SUSTAINABILITY: A University of Michigan research team hopes to find ways to reduce the carbon emissions of aircraft by following the model of hybrid cars that use batteries and gasoline. One researcher predicts that the aviation industry could be responsible for 25% of global carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. Carbon dioxide is the largest greenhouse gas contributing to climate change. By Anastasia Pirrami. FOR PLANET DETROIT, DETROIT, GRAND RAPIDS BUSINESS, CORP! AND ALL POINTS.

w/AVIATION SUSTAINABILITY PHOTO1: Gökçin Çinar, a University of Michigan associate aerospace professor, won a $50,000 grant to study the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions in aircraft. Credit: University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering.

W/AVIATION SUSTAINABILITY PHOTO2: A University of Michigan graduate student tests out the electrification of a prototype aircraft aimed at reducing fuel consumption. Credit: University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering.

w/AVIATION SUSTAINABILITY PHOTO3: Graduate students test out the electrification of a prototype aircraft to limit greenhouse gas emissions in aircraft. Credit: University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering.

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