How healthy is Lake Erie? The Mayflies know.-
From Great Lakes Bureau Chief Mary Ellen Geist: Today, greatlakesnow.org posts the third in a series of short videos about the Great Lakes…00
Algae: a Great Lakes’ ancient mystery-
From Great Lakes Bureau Chief Mary Ellen Geist: Today, Great Lakes Now begins posting the first in a series of short…
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Detroit Public Television on PBS Newshour: Who will pay for Iowa water pollution?-
Last night on PBS Newshour, viewers around the country saw this segment from our documentary The Ethanol Effect, featured as…
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Less is still more when it comes to biofuel-
Everything you’ve heard is true: Compared with fossil fuels, burning biofuels releases fewer greenhouse gases. But what you might not…
The Great Lakes Public Forum 2016-
Great Lakes Now LIVE Stream Coverage of the Great Lakes Public Forum 2016 in Toronto, Canada October 4th from 8:45am-4pm ET…
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U.S. Pushes Farmers to Develop A New Crop: Energy-
But more heavily fertilized corn and more manure for methane raises worries about water pollution.
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U.S. Counts on “Climate-Smart” Farms to Slow Global Warming-
But skeptics assert change in practices could increase risk to water and health.
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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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Danger Looms Where Toxic Algae Blooms-
Billions spent on strategies to limit nutrient pollution that don’t work.