Already, 20% of adults nationally say they don’t drink tap water — filtered or not — up from 14% before the Flint crisis, according to a study of federal survey data.
Global shipping is moving invasive species around the world. Can world governments agree on necessary preventative measures?
Energy News Roundup: New Indiana nuclear bill, Ontario doubles down on natural gas, Minnesota company credits renewables for low rates
Catch the latest in Great Lakes energy news in Great Lakes Now’s fortnightly headline roundup.
After a year of wins and losses for the Biden administration, environmental law attorney Nick Schroeck talks policy, climate, environmental justice, Line 5, and what it all means for the Great Lakes in this Q&A.
A new floating sensor in the Detroit River is the first to be placed at the head of the water authority’s intake. Researchers are hoping it will contribute to our understanding of algal blooms and the risk they pose.
Test your knowledge on the Spectacle Reef lighthouse, Pullman neighborhood and lake sturgeon.
All around the Great Lakes region, there are lighthouses you can see, climb or even stay in for a week.
Even as community water systems are praised by the state for maintaining fluoride levels, others are still holding out.
Lessons and activities based on the month Great Lakes Now program.
Many areas in the Great Lakes region hold a large number of wind turbines, and significant plans to increase funding for alternative energy programs are underway in the U.S. and Canada.
If you were looking for our show on Detroit Public Television on Wednesday, Jan. 26, you know it was pre-empted by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s State of the State speech. But fear not! It’s here!
Exposure to some PFAS is associated with serious health effects like impaired immune function, cancer, thyroid disease and other health disorders.