The fourth annual event touched on a variety of resources, news, trends and possible solutions relating to Lake Erie’s toxic algae problem.
The global call for a climate strike saw people all over the Great Lakes area responding and gathering.
Great Lakes Now spoke with Ohio State University Assistant Professor Audrey Sawyer about what aquifers are and why they are more connected to the Great Lakes than you might think.
The educational kayak tour on the Chicago River includes ecosystem monitoring, knowledgeable guides and participants getting their hands dirty for the sake of conservation.
Great Lakes Now spoke to Canadian water activist Maude Barlow about her new book, grassroots activism and water privatization.
Lake Superior’s Buffalo Reef restoration is just one Great Lakes project where the EPA is involved. Take a look at the agency’s interactive map to get an idea what else the organization is funding.
The poll, released by the Environmental Law & Policy Center, follows a study that was released by the center in May showing that concentrated animal feeding operations were a major source of nutrient pollution in Lake Erie.
Catch the latest in Great Lakes energy news in Great Lakes Now’s fortnightly energy-related headline roundup.
The process to turn Great Lakes water into municipal drinking water involves many steps, including preventing harmful algal blooms from contaminating the water with toxins.
A report released by Michigan’s auditor general says Michigan’s Office of the Great Lakes failed to update key action plans, engaged in informal processes and improperly granted money.