A report published by University of Minnesota Duluth’s Bureau of Business and Economics revealing initial visits by cruise ships would have a small economic impact, but over time it could add 60 jobs annually and more than five million dollars in added spending throughout the city. Read the full story by KQDS-TV – Duluth, MN.
An Owen Sound Global Day for Climate Justice organizer on Saturday criticized city council for promising to prepare a report on city greenhouse gas emissions and a plan to reduce them, then failing to deliver. Sonja Ostertag and others spoke to about 60 people at a local rally like those hosted in cities around the […]
Installing filters on washing machines could be a simple and effective way to catch the microscopic particles our clothes shed, according to a study released this week by the University of Toronto and nonprofit Georgian Bay Forever. Read the full story by CBC News. Read the full story Tags: Toronto, Daily News
Residents in Pellston, MI can expect another round of water testing as the state Department of Health and Human Services looks to see how per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance levels have fluctuated. Read the full story by Traverse City Record-Eagle. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
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 International Lake Ontario- St. Lawrence River Board announced that it will temporarily reduce outflows on Lake Ontario as water levels remain low on Lake St. Lawrence. Outflows will be decreased to provide marinas and shoreline dock owners with assistance at the end of the season to remove recreational boats. Read the full story by…