APClimate ChangeEnergy, Clean Energy, Ethanol and FrackingFeature HomepageNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental Justice
America’s gas-fueled vehicles imperil Biden’s climate goals-
There are too many gas-powered passenger vehicles in the United States — roughly 279 million — to replace them in less than a decade, experts say.00
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Test Your Knowledge: Rivers on Great Lakes Now-
In honor of Great Lakes Now’s two-year anniversary, take this quiz to test your show knowledge.
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Native Rights: Where Great Lakes Tribes can fish and how much is up for debate-
The specifics of Great Lakes Tribes’ right to fish is being hammered out in court, even as state-licensed commercial fishers and the state of Michigan fight over their rules.
Anniversary Approaches: Celebrating Great Lakes Now’s monthly show as it nears its two-year mark-
A two-year anniversary isn’t usually marked as a momentous occasion. But since half of our monthly shows have been produced in a global pandemic, the GLN team is looking back – and forward. Join us!
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How Microfishing Took the Angling World by (Very Small) Storm-
Around the world, fishers are embracing tiny quarry. Is microfishing a celebration of biodiversity or a sign of collapse?
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Water Access: As moratoria on shutoffs end, old problems return to the forefront-
As moratoria expire across the Great Lakes region, advocates say ongoing affordability and debt relief are key.
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Drownings Increase: Research shows possible connection between COVID-19 restrictions and Great Lakes drownings-
More people at the beach appeared to translate to more rescues and more drownings.
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Michigan tribe seeks cultural property protection in path of Line 5 project-
The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians is seeking to designate the Straits of Mackinac as a Traditional Cultural Property following the discovery last fall of a potential archaeological site.
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The problem within: Biden targets lead pipes, pushes equity-
Biden’s plan to replace every lead water pipe in the country could have huge ramifications for Chicago and others where a swath of Black, Latino and low-income residents have been left effectively drinking from a lead straw.