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The spread of invasive zebra and quagga mussels in the Great Lakes started a chain of events resulting in high mercury levels in lake trout.
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Great strides have been made in changing the state of the Rouge River in the years since the fire, though significant challenges still remain.
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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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Under an executive order from Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, the Wisconsin DNR and Departments of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection have to create a website on the chemicals known as PFAS, collaborate with municipalities and wastewater treatment plants to identify PFAS sources and consider PFAS when developing fish and wildlife consumption advisories.
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Great Lakes Energy News Roundup: Nuclear plant bailout, energy grants, and new wind and solar gardens on the coasts-
Catch the latest in Great Lakes energy news in Great Lakes Now’s fortnightly energy-related headline roundup.