Traveling from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Toledo, Ohio, along the Maumee River, writer Ryan Schnurr failed to have one big epiphany. Instead, he had many small ones.
In his book “Waterfront Porch,” John Hartig looks at Detroit’s history of innovation, the RiverWalk and what all of this could mean for Detroit’s future.
Great Lakes Now’s documentary about the history of and current political debates about Enbridge Line 5 in the Mackinac Straits garnered a top award from the Society of Professional Journalists metro Detroit chapter on Thursday.
With “Overrun: Dispatches from the Asian Carp Crisis,” Reeves weaves politics, history, agriculture, fish biology and several other disciplinary perspectives into the story of the invasive fish.
As residents, researchers and lawmakers learn more about how industrial chemicals are permeating household water supplies, MLive Media Group and Detroit Public Television are collaborating to report stories that will help further public understanding of this latest water crisis.
In advance of this week’s vote on a measure that would grant Lake Erie certain legal status, Great Lakes Now is bringing a variety of perspectives about the issue with these extended conversations.
If Toledo voters approve the Lake Erie Bill of Rights proposal on their Feb. 26 ballots, how it will change environmental law and policy won’t be immediately be known.
Residents of Toledo will have the Lake Erie Bill of Rights on their ballots in a special election on Feb. 26.
At the Thunder Bay International Film Festival filmmakers honestly but not too biasedly depict how daily living, energy use, and other industries impact communities and ecosystems locally and globally.