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Climate change could spell catastrophe for Detroit’s older homes-
Climate change continues to have an impact on residents in Southeast Michigan. As heavy rains have become more frequent, so has the flooding.00
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Weathering the floods: Detroit neighborhood faces uncertain future due to climate change-
One Detroit visits the hard-hit Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood to learn about how climate change and flooding are impacting the area.
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Detroiters can get another 1,125 gallons of water under discount program-
Detroit water rates have gone up 407% over the last 20 years, and 120% in just the last 10 years.
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These 3 Detroit restaurants are tackling climate change in the kitchen-
Food waste is a leading contributor of greenhouse gases. These Detroit restaurants are finding creative – and tasty – ways to reduce their contribution.
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Extinctions, shrinking habitat spur ‘rewilding’ in cities-
Animal and plant species are dying off at an alarming rate. Their plight is stirring calls for “rewilding” places where they thrived until driven out by development, pollution and climate change.
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Detroit church to remember sailors lost on the Great Lakes-
Sailors who lost their lives in shipwrecks on the Great Lakes and Michigan waterways will be remembered at a historic church in downtown Detroit.
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On the Airwaves: Great Lakes Now’s Anna Sysling talks “Poisonous Ponds”-
As part of the Great Lakes Now collaborative project about coal ash and its threat to drinking water, Anna Sysling returned to public radio.