The global call for a climate strike saw people all over the Great Lakes area responding and gathering.
Great Lakes Now spoke with Ohio State University Assistant Professor Audrey Sawyer about what aquifers are and why they are more connected to the Great Lakes than you might think.
Lake Superior’s Buffalo Reef restoration is just one Great Lakes project where the EPA is involved. Take a look at the agency’s interactive map to get an idea what else the organization is funding.
Part of the Foxconn controversy comes from what was initially a $10 billion investment, a Gen 10 factory and 13,000 jobs but is now 1,500 jobs and a Gen 6 factory.
Michigan’s two U.S. senators and advocates from local watershed protection organizations share strategies for successful Great Lakes Restoration Initiative projects.
As local residents and business owners blame the International Joint Commission’s Plan 2014 for extensive flooding around the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, the IJC looks into an early review of the plan.
The proposed mine, which would be Minnesota’s first copper-nickel mine, has had a permit stayed due to potential unaddressed environmental concerns.
The National Wildlife Federation piloted a program in Toledo, Ohio, that provides funding and support to houses of worship interested in creating native plant gardens within their communities.
The Canadian energy company is using a 236-foot-long deep-water drilling vessel to sample the lakebed and gather rock cores in preparation for the controversial tunnel project.