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New U.S. Climate Law Could Make Midwest Water Contamination Worse-
Billions in clean energy incentives rely on raw materials from polluting corn and livestock.
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Lake Erie algae in 2022 worse than predicted; it plateaued rather than peaked-
Into October, there were higher air temperatures in the entire northwest region than ever before.
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Multi-state group prepares Great Lakes basin for effects of climate change-
The Great Lakes Commission has a plan to guide the states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes toward protecting their communities from the climate-change damage.
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Michigan winters are super cloudy and getting worse. Here’s how to deal.-
Blame the Great Lakes and climate change for Michigan’s dreary winters.
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These 3 Detroit restaurants are tackling climate change in the kitchen-
Food waste is a leading contributor of greenhouse gases. These Detroit restaurants are finding creative – and tasty – ways to reduce their contribution.
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Scientists: Atmospheric carbon might turn lakes more acidic-
The Great Lakes have endured a lot the past century, from supersized algae blobs to invasive mussels and bloodsucking sea lamprey.