Commercial FishingFeature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentInvasive SpeciesLatest NewsNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeProtectResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchShipping and PortsU.S. and Canadian Federal Governments-
Researchers have found that ballast water regulation has been key in the fight against invasive species.
Alex HillClimate ChangeFeature HomepageForests and PlantsIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentLatest NewsNewsResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchU.S. and Canadian Federal Governments-
Tapping maple trees for their syrup has been a Great Lakes region tradition for a long time – Indigenous groups on both sides of the lakes have been sugaring maple trees for thousands of years.
Drinking WaterGreat Lakes Now Events and Road/River ShowsInfrastructureLatest NewsMichiganNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeWater Quality and Restoration EffortsWater's True Cost-
For the whole month of May, Great Lakes Now will be looking at aging water infrastructure and the rising literal cost of water as part of a series from the Great Lakes News Collaborative.
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Join the Conversations: Events on “Water’s True Cost” will answer your questions about water infrastructure-
As the Great Lakes News Collaborative prepares to publish and air stories about water’s true cost, get these free, virtual events on your calendar to learn more about your drinking water.
CollaborationEnergy, Clean Energy, Ethanol and FrackingGroundwater ContaminationIndianaIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentInfrastructureLake MichiganLatest NewsNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeThe StatesU.S. and Canadian Federal GovernmentsWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
Some northern Indiana residents remain skeptical that communities in the area will be free of contamination from toxic coal ash, despite a renewed commitment to clean up polluted sites and transition to renewable energy sources.
Capri CafaroClimate ChangeFeature HomepageFoodForests and PlantsIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentLatest NewsNewsOhioProtectResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchWisconsin-
Maple producers are facing shorter harvest seasons, less sugar production and unreliable sap flow.
ChicagoDrinking WaterFeature HomepageIllinoisJohn McCrackenLake MichiganLatest NewsMunicipalitiesNewsPolicyPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeProtectScience, Technology, ResearchThe StatesWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
The city of Joliet, roughly 45 minutes southwest of Chicago, is looking to Lake Michigan as a solution to its drying water supplies. But residents are concerned about the costs that would bring.
Feature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsI Speak for the FishKathy JohnsonLake ErieLake MichiganLake SuperiorLatest NewsMichiganNewsResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchSt. Clair River-
In this month’s column, Kathy Johnson looks at how, when and where round goby were first identified in the Great Lakes.