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COVID-19 Changes: Great Lakes parks and tourist spots are closing, remaining open and waiting for summer-
The agencies and businesses running the services, centers and parks are adapting daily, hourly.
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Seventeen states, including Illinois, Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania, sued the Trump administration Wednesday to block rules weakening the Endangered Species Act, saying the changes would make it tougher to protect wildlife even in the midst of a global extinction crisis.
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New rules from the Department of Transportation were adopted Tuesday to prevent pipeline spills and deadly gas explosions but don’t address recommended steps to lessen accidents once they occur.
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Some Great Lakes cities are specifically marketing themselves as a destination for those fleeing climate change. Pittsburgh has been more measured.
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“The Heart of the Great Lakes”: New book looks at the Detroit River’s history and its environmental recovery-
Great Lakes Now interviewed Dave Dempsey about his latest book, which examines the Detroit River’s recovery and the benefit to the region.