As anyone who lives in Michigan knows, March and April are the wet months. But like so many things that Anyone knows, this is only about half true. The amount of precipitation (the water in rain and snow) doesn’t change much from month to month in Michigan.
The province of Ontario is investing $1.1 million to help reduce sewage discharge in Lake Ontario, help fight pollution and ensure cleaner drinking water in Cobourg and Port Hope for generations to come, says the local MPP. Read the full story The Northumberland News. Read the full story Tags: pollution, Daily News
Love staring at a map and discovering something interesting? Then “Mapping the Great Lakes” is for you. It’s a monthly Great Lakes Now feature created by Alex B. Hill, a self-described “data nerd and anthropologist” who combines cartography, data, and analytics with storytelling and human experience.
In this episode of the Blackburn News Podcast, host Craig Needles speaks with Professor Lori Campbell about the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children on the grounds of a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C.
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- Keeping Illinois nuclear plants open is saving some customers $237 a year on average – CNBC
In September, Illinois lawmakers passed a watershed clean energy law which established the state as a leader for its efforts to decarbonize.