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Water sampling finds no reduction in bloom-producing nutrients.
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Lincoln Stone Quarry holds millions of tons of toxic coal ash. Despite evidence of groundwater contamination, its owner plans to leave the ash in place. But recent signs of federal enforcement may provide a glimmer of hope to residents and environmental groups.
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Local activists from Detroit and Windsor are pushing The United Nations Education and Scientific Cultural Organization to recognize the local landmark.
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Grassroots leaders of successful fights against coal plants and petcoke are taking the lead: “Communities must have a way to be involved in a permitting process that is really broken,” one said.
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With hope as her mantra, Barlow describes her obsession with water, her outreach to Detroit and the myth of water abundance.
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An interview with the president of the International Ski Federation, Gian Franco Kasper, made its way around the Internet faster than locals flocking to the first chair on a powder day. In the 2019 interview, Kasper told a Swiss newspaper that he preferred working with dictators to environmentalists and that there is no proof of “so-called” climate change.