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Coast Guard: Oil spill closes shipping on St. Mary’s River-
An oil spill temporarily closed shipping traffic on the St. Marys River between Ontario and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the U.S. Coast Guard said Thursday.00
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Years of regulation may have reduced invasive species risks in the Great Lakes, study says-
Researchers have found that ballast water regulation has been key in the fight against invasive species.
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The 2022 Great Lakes shipping season sets sail after COVID-19 hurdles-
The 2021 shipping season was a “bounce-back season,” which Great Lakes port administrators attribute to increased cargo and infrastructure improvements.
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$3.7M grant to aid Lafarge port upgrades-
The investments in the Alpena port, and others across the nation, will strengthen supply chains and speed up delivery of goods to residents, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg said in a news release.
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Cargo, With a Side of Hornets, Flies and Crabs-
Global shipping is moving invasive species around the world. Can world governments agree on necessary preventative measures?
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Sustainable Shipping: The Port of Montreal’s role as the Great Lakes’ green gateway-
The Port of Montreal is one of two ports with a perfect score under Green Marine’s sustainability certification program. As such a large and critically positioned port, Montreal also has arguably more money to spend on sustainability initiatives than many other ports.
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Sustainable Shipping: At the Port of Milwaukee the wind blows toward a greener future-
In Milwaukee, the port’s wind turbine has been a great source of success, but despite efforts, the port struggles to change its image with the public.
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Sustainable Shipping: Burns Harbor port tries to green Indiana’s industrial coast-
A water cannon, a truck marshalling yard and 400 trees are just some of the ways the Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor is trying to mitigate the impacts of the huge steel industry that lives on Indiana’s northwest coast.