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A Chicago policy executive talked to Great Lakes Now about the Biden infrastructure plan and what a full partnership with the federal government could mean.
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Lawmakers approved two environmental bills Tuesday that critics say could damage the state’s ecosystems by scaling back current policy affecting water, energy and other resources.
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Local Governments, Organizations Ask Indiana Legislators to Consider Alternatives to Bill Repealing State Wetland Protections-
More than 60 organizations, including local governments, environmental and conservation groups and water management agencies, sent a letter to Indiana state legislators.
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The administration’s historic pitch to remove all lead drinking water pipes is part of a $111 billion proposal for water systems.
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With climate action on the state and national agenda, critics of Enbridge Line 5 warn that investing in new pipeline infrastructure undermines Michigan’s pathway to carbon neutrality. Experts say it’s not so simple.
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The Minnesota Department of Commerce, the Red Lake Band of Chippewa, the White Earth Band of Ojibwe, and several Indigenous and environmental groups, argued that Enbridge failed to show long-term need for the Line 3 project.
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State-licensed hunters killed 216 wolves in four days, nearly double their quota of 119 animals. The DNR estimated about 1,000 wolves roamed Wisconsin before the hunt.
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The Ohio Department of Agriculture, Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency will seek $240.85 million in funding for H2Ohio projects.
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Senate Republicans placed in committee a bill blocking a Department of Natural Resources rule designed to fight pollution from PFAS.