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Wolverine Worldwide will pay $113M over PFAS-polluted drinking water-
Wolverine still faces lawsuits from area residents, though the company said it believes its actions approved under the settlement “will have a significant and beneficial impact” on the resolution of those cases.00
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Grants seek market-based reductions of Great Lakes pollution-
Federal grants totaling more than $1.8 million are being awarded for projects using market-based approaches to reduce algal bloom-causing nutrient pollution in the Great Lakes.
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Documentary Update: What’s new with one of the families featured in “The Forever Chemicals”-
Seth and Tobyn McNaughton recently reached a settlement with Wolverine Worldwide and 3M.
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Factory farms provide abundant food, but environment suffers-
The spread of corporate animal farms is turning neighbor against neighbor in town halls and courtrooms across rural America.
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Wisconsin lawmakers introduce sweeping PFAS pollution bill-
The new bill would allocate $7.7 million over two years toward efforts to slow contamination and clean up polluted areas.
Supreme Court won’t take case prompted by Flint water crisis-
The case the justices turned away without comment Tuesday involves a lawsuit against the city and water regulators, most of whom were responsible for making sure federal clean water laws were followed.
The U.S. House just voted to regulate PFAS. Here’s what you need to know-
PBS NewsHour laid out what you need to know about PFAS, what the bill means, what the next step is and what existing resistance there is to this bill and why.
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Energy Alternatives: Outside of Line 5, where can Michiganders get energy?-
While some governments and groups continue to support Line 5, universities and environmental groups are looking into alternative energy sources to supply Michigan.