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Dam Investment: How does Michigan stack up against Great Lakes peers?-
Failure brings scrutiny to EGLE dam safety program. Other states far surpass Michigan in investment.02
Epidemic of wipes and masks plagues sewers, storm drains-
Masks and gloves thrown in the street can travel through storm drains in separate systems to lakes and other waterways.
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Four environmental issues in the Pittsburgh region to keep your eyes on in the age of COVID-19-
Climate change, air pollution, oil prices and waste could be transformed by the pandemic.
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COVID-19 Next Steps: Great Lakes outdoor recreation begins move toward normalcy-
Many parks and public areas are opening – with restrictions.
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Controlling Invasives: States urge residents to help stop spread of invasive species-
There are campaigns and websites from each of the Great Lakes states and provinces.
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Great Lakes Moment: Earth Day turns 50-
Great Lakes Now Contributor John Hartig shares his own memories of the first Earth Day and the changes he’s noticed in the nature around him since then.
Pennsylvania governor floats plan to attack lead, asbestos in schools-
Initiatives in the $1.1 billion package include money in Gov. Tom Wolf’s upcoming budget proposal and expanding existing grant programs. Smaller amounts could become available for replacing lead lines in public water systems and testing for lead in drinking water in schools..
Pittsburgh’s drinking water passes ‘major milestone’ as lead levels fall below federal threshold-
In results released Friday, a sample of Pittsburgh water contained lead at 10 parts per billion , well below the federal threshold of 15 ppb that would require remedial action.