COMING SOON: Adaptation, Preparedness and Equity Amid Rising Waters
PAST EVENTS: Beavers, biodiversity and climate resilience in the Great Lakes
The Grand Valley State University documentary was screened at the Dennos Theater in Traverse City on Nov. 30.
Invasion of the earthworms! It sounds like a bad Hollywood movie, but science can be stranger than fiction.
The Buffalo River’s 450-square-mile watershed is a source of much plastic pollution, and officials say the vast majority of that pollution consists of single-use containers and packaging.
Nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan on Jones Island, Milwaukee’s newly updated port is emerging as a potential force in the city’s economy.
Energy News Roundup: Renewable energy fuels major economic payoffs in rural Indiana, Amazon announces its first Michigan solar farm project
Catch the latest in Great Lakes energy news in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
Michigan is on the verge of implementing one of the nation’s most ambitious clean energy mandates, aiming to be carbon-free by 2040.
PFAS News Roundup: Wastewater is key contributor of ‘forever chemicals’ pollution, according to report
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with PFAS in this biweekly headline roundup.
Detroit residents with past-due bills are facing water shut-offs again after a reprieve during COVID-19. At the same time, providers are also raising rates.
Waves of Change is a new online interview series highlighting the diverse faces and perspectives shaping the environmental justice movement throughout the Great Lakes region.
David Exelby was scrolling through Reddit when he came across a mysterious post. This guy had stumbled on a ghost town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The problem was no one could find it.
Tracking escaped goldfish in Hamilton Harbour could help control the invasive species.
“I think next time I decide to make a batch, I’ll add a bit of manoomin — wild rice — flour along with a touch of maple sugar, to see how that fries up in a little bit of grease, and give thanks for all that we have.”
Explore Indiana’s shoreline erosion dilemma and Michigan dam removal efforts.
The Great Lakes are among the fastest-warming bodies of water. They contain one fifth of the world’s freshwater, and climate change is affecting everything that depends on them.
Wildlife officials across the Great Lakes are looking for spies to take on an almost impossible mission: stop the spread of invasive carp.