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The Great Lakes Impact Investment Platform features 40 projects representing nearly $4.5 billion in investment opportunities, including household energy efficiency retrofits, coal mine reclamation and solar development.
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What does Michigan’s future look like if we adequately prepare the state’s water resources for climate change? Goodbye to septics and shore-hugging homes. Hello to more diversified crops on Michigan farms.
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Rain gardens, bioretention features, adaptable parks and more are popping up all around the region.
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Climate change in the Great Lakes region means more intense storms. Already some towns are finding they’re flooding where they never have before. One city in Michigan is finding the solution is nature.
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What could future stewardship in the Great Lakes look like for Canada and the new U.S. administration?
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High school students, community groups and Lake Superior State University will use landscaping this summer to reduce pollution flowing into the St. Marys River.