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Oil transport “not on people’s radar the way it could be”
- by Gary Wilson

Great Lakes scientist says more scrutiny is needed A leading Great Lakes scientist has put a spotlight on…

Lake Michigan scientists grapple with sewage, legacy toxins and algae
- by Gary Wilson

Green Bay, Wis. was top of mind for the Lake Michigan scientific community Tuesday as scientists hit town to discuss the…

Can regional cooperation replace water wars in Wisconsin?
- by Gary Wilson

Milwaukee, Waukesha agree on landmark Lake Michigan supply deal The mayors of Waukesha, Wisconsin and Milwaukee announced last week that the cities had reached agreement for Milwaukee to supply Lake Michigan water to its suburban neighbor. The mayors said the deal could lead to broader…

What’s your water story? The IJC’s Great Lakes Watermark Project
- by Mary Ellen Geist

Making an emotional connection with the Great Lakes The International Joint Commission (IJC) is charged with preventing and resolving disputes between the U.S. and Canada under the 1909 Boundary Waters Treaty and pursuing the common good of both countries as an independent and objective advisor…

Washington waffles; Should states take lead on Great Lakes?
- by Gary Wilson

“You either value the lakes enough to spend on them, or you don’t.” What do you do when you can no longer count on a once-reliable professional partner? That’s the issue facing Great Lakes advocates – the commissions, initiatives, business alliances, Tribes and nonprofits that…

Getting Ready for Climate Change in The Great Lakes Region: What can Universities and Municipalities do?
- by Mary Ellen Geist

At the Climate Change Summit at Rackham Auditorium in Ann Arbor, a group of experts from across the U.S. challenged citizens to urge institutions like Universities and municipalities to commit to environmental policies that will help mitigate the effects of climate change. One panelist, Dr.…

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- by Mary Ellen Geist

Making an emotional connection with the Great Lakes The International Joint Commission (IJC) is charged with preventing and resolving disputes between the U.S. and Canada…

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Getting Ready for Climate Change in The Great Lakes Region: What can Universities and Municipalities do?
- by Mary Ellen Geist

At the Climate Change Summit at Rackham Auditorium in Ann Arbor, a group of experts from across the U.S. challenged citizens to urge institutions like…

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