Environmental Working Group released a map tracking all reported toxic algae bloom outbreaks.
On day three of the Sustainable Brands conference, Great Lakes Now screened its PFAS documentary before an audience Q&A.
NOAA is looking for public input on a potential new national marine sanctuary in the southeast corner of Lake Ontario.
Though the Standing Rock controversy was the focus of the exhibition, art from local Native Americans was featured as well, and issues affecting Native Americans in the Great Lakes were brought up.
Chicago’s new mayor started just this week, and one of the issues on her radar is access to water for all citizens.
In the waters of the Great Lakes are dozens of shipwrecks. Plenty of locations all around the lakes provide opportunities…
Lake Erie Bill of Rights campaigners Toledoans for Safe Water were invited to the United Nations in New York City on Earth Day to talk about the campaign.
Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline has been a contentious issue in Michigan, but another Great Lakes state also has issues with the Canadian company.
Great Lakes Now’s documentary about the history of and current political debates about Enbridge Line 5 in the Mackinac Straits garnered a top award from the Society of Professional Journalists metro Detroit chapter on Thursday.
Show Host Ward Detwiler and Great Lakes Now Program Director Sandra Svoboda appeared on Detroit Today to discuss the new program and what else viewers can look forward to from Great Lakes Now.