Collaboration and engagement were pinpointed as key to tackling the issue of plastic waste on the second day of Sustainable Brands in Detroit.
NOAA is looking for public input on a potential new national marine sanctuary in the southeast corner of Lake Ontario.
Chicago’s new mayor started just this week, and one of the issues on her radar is access to water for all citizens.
The MS Victory I will mark the start of the season with its first port of call in Muskegon, Michigan.
A recent study is claiming that animal farms in the Maumee watershed are a growing contributor to Lake Erie’s algal bloom problem.
The J.W. Westcott Co. has a long-established reputation as a mail boat, delivering letters and messages to freighters passing through the Detroit River, but that no longer encompasses what the boat does.
Great Lakes Now talked to Sam Buchanan, senior boat captain and general manager of the J.W. Westcott, about what it’s like being a boat captain.
Whitmer also wrote to the U.S. Coast Guard requesting that it create a rule similar to Michigan’s on anchor dragging to cover foreign ships.
Great Lakes Now spoke with maritime attorney Gary Baun on what it means to be a passenger on a cruise ship and what cautions passengers can take when it comes to legal issues.
video showing Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 pipeline taking damage was recently released, sparking a new debate on the risks of having an oil pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac.