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The Ohio Power Siting Board issued a certificate for the project, subject to 33 conditions the company has to meet to proceed.
Many parks and public areas are opening – with restrictions.
The contested case of the Icebreaker Wind Farm has implications for renewable energy in the region.
Lake Erie fishing charters reel from stay at home orders, and lake freighters idle due to industry shutdowns.
This year’s Earth Day is a special one, and not just because it’s the 50th anniversary of the event.
Great Lakes Now is sharing work from our partners in a project on what climate change means for Great Lakes cities. Here is the initial piece in the series.
Locals aren’t happy with the number of non-residents fishing without social distancing.
Some Great Lakes cities and states are ahead of the game when it comes to ending water shutoffs during the COVID-19 crisis. Others aren’t.
Stay at home orders aren’t stopping people from fishing in the lakes.
The public can continue to enjoy aquariums, museums and centers as the facilities close buildings. But starting March 25, Parks Canada is closing all national parks.
Anglers expect decade or more of excellent fishing.
In major lakeside cities around the Great Lakes, there isn’t a clear answer on who handles oversight of industrial storage facilities.
Communities relying on Lake Erie for water could get an early warning of incoming algal blooms with technology currently in development.
The state plans to establish tougher regulations on runoff that’s feeding the outbreaks by limiting how much of the pollution is allowed to flow into the lake’s western end, Ohio’s Environmental Protection Agency said.