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Ohio lawmakers want ‘puzzling’ offshore wind ruling revisited-
The state’s siting board had approved the project, but with a provision that made it nearly impossible to build.00
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Watch Party: Water Damage-
The discussion features Rob Sisson, a commissioner with the International Joint Commission, David Ruck, of Great Lakes Outreach Media, and Tracy DuFlo from WPBS.
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Water and Wonder: Great Lakes Now producer talks the lakes and his work covering them-
His latest Great Lakes Now segments cover Lake Erie’s algal blooms and the cost of high water damage.
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Great Lakes Moment: Warmer, wetter, wilder-
Climate change has had a clear effect on the Great Lakes already – most clearly seen in the high water levels.
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Great Lakes Moment: Investing in pollution prevention and restoration pays off-
A new study on Great Lakes pollution cleanup finds that investing in both prevention and restoration of toxic sites pays off in the long run.
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Lake Erie Wind Farm Divides Environmental Activists-
The contested case of the Icebreaker Wind Farm has implications for renewable energy in the region.
Shrinking Shorelines: Climate change-related erosion threatens Great Lakes coasts-
Increasing erosion on the Great Lakes shoreline is threatening beaches, parks and other recreation areas used by people across the region.
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After the Flood: How Chicago is coping with the effects of climate change-
The city has begun short-term erosion mitigation measures along Chicago’s shoreline.
Project will cap contaminated sediment along Detroit River-
The U.S. EPA has signed a $2.9 million agreement to remediate contaminated sediment along Detroit’s east riverfront.
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PFAS News Roundup: Indiana restricts PFAS foam, Wisconsin utility sued, 651 military bases likely polluted-
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with PFAS in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.