Enbridge is introducing three new security measures “to reduce risk further until and while the tunnel’s being built,” Enbridge President and CEO Al Monaco said on Thursday.
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In his speech at Central Michigan University’s annual Great Lakes Symposium, Rep. Bill Huizenga talked at length about how Great Lakes issues transcend partisan political bickering.
The role of Line 5 in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is tied to how energy utilities developed in the U.P. and the mining and logging boom of the mid-1800s.
The Wisconsin DNR is slowly looking at addressing the issue of manure spills and their impact, but local farmers are feeling targeted by the potential new regulations.
Great strides have been made in changing the state of the Rouge River in the years since the fire, though significant challenges still remain.
New research shows how the build-up of micro and macro plastics in sediment is becoming part of the geological record.
Pittsburgh climate researchers ask: Can clouds slow down climate change? Will the city be able to cope with the rain? Can we use carbon capture to suck up greenhouse gases?
A study released by three nonprofit organizations found that rural communities with high populations of people of color are most impacted by water quality issues.
PublicSource spoke to two Pennsylvania-based experts, air quality researcher Albert Presto and environmental advocate Larry Schweiger about climate change.