Since the first reported algal bloom in Lake Superior in 2012, no serious levels of toxins had been confirmed. That changed last month with a bloom near Superior, Wisconsin, where toxins in the water at a nearby beach were just beyond the level set for safe swimming. Read the full story by the Chicago Tribune. Read the full story Tags: Daily…
U.S. Geological Survey and University of Missouri scientists are studying a new method for controlling invasive carp. They’re studying the complex way carp eggs move in rivers, hoping they can find and remove them pre-hatch or early in life-history. Read the full story by Outdoor Life. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and SEIU Healthcare have announced the break down of contract negotiations for 70,000 Ontario hospital staff.
Erosion, flooding and high water levels are some of the most concerning issues across the Great Lakes region, according to a recent survey.
But communities lack the funding, knowledgeable staff and support from government agencies to face these issues.
Water levels in the Great Lakes basin change naturally with recurring high and low water levels.
Wellington County’s Warden acknowledged the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange shirt day at County Council today.
As electric vehicle demands grow, one focus of concern is how to make them more environmentally sustainable.
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