She called it a “duh” moment, a “choiceless choice.” Of course she would join a group of citizens and activists in requesting the U.S. EPA to use its emergency intervention authority in Benton Harbor, she said.
The harmful algae bloom in Lake Erie has largely sputtered out after exceeding early summer projections on its severity. On a severity index of 10, this year’s “moderately severe” bloom hit a 6, according to forecasters with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily…
A beloved German holiday tradition, Christkindlmarket, will return to Chicago this year and celebrate its 25th anniversary after being cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19.
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By John Flesher, AP Environmental Writer
As Enbridge Energy prepares to finish rebuilding an oil pipeline across rural northern Minnesota, protesters are occupying part of the construction area and pledging a “summer of resistance” on the ground and in court.
Enbridge, which has obtained all necessary state and federal permits for the Line 3 project, says it will be finished by year’s end.
With less than four per cent of the vote reported, Huron-Bruce Conservative Ben Lobb was leading with nearly 50 per cent of the vote — but it was too early to say he would be heading back to Ottawa. “We’ll see how things go as the night progresses but it’s kind of falling in line […]