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Legionella and other dangerous pathogens still lurk in U.S. drinking water-
Though less common than in the past, microbes that contaminate tap water continue to sicken — and sometimes kill — Americans.00
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Across the U.S., millions of people are drinking unsafe water. How can we fix that?-
Aging infrastructure, legacy pollution and emerging contaminants are creating a growing urgency to pay attention to the quality of the water we drink.
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Lessons in Resilience: As climate and the economy changes, Duluth steps up-
Perched on the western shore of the world’s greatest lake, an inland port city offers lessons for resilience in uncertain times.
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From Rust to Resilience: Climate change brings new challenges and opportunities-
Great Lakes Now is sharing work from our partners in a project on what climate change means for Great Lakes cities. Here is the initial piece in the series.