Researchers at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University recently received $5.4 million from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to continue their study of climate change. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, science, Daily News, research
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…
Even when the topic is cars and climate change, in Michigan it still comes back to the Great Lakes.
“To me, really, the take home is always, always, always water,” said Liesl Clark, director of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. She appeared at an event in Detroit that previewed COP26.
The fossil fuel industry has long been blamed for environmental degradation. But what about the financial institutions accused of making environmentally destructive projects possible?
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A series of six videos can be viewed on the municipality’s website.
Based at the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment, the Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center Consortium will research the threats climate change has on natural resources and people in the Midwest. Read and hear the full story by WXPR – Rhinelander, WI. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, research
Highlights from the recent Bruce County Council meeting include the approval of a new 50-lot residential Plan of Subdivision, known as the Woodlands Subdivision in Saugeen Shores.
Previous research and current study find troubling trends for the freshwater fish of Minnesota and elsewhere, owing in part to the impact of global warming caused by climate change. Read and hear the full story by The Star Tribune. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, research, fish, Minnesota
The water-rich Great Lakes region may have cooler temperatures and sit high above sea level. But it can’t be a refuge for anyone if it doesn’t take action now to adapt to its own changing climate. Read the full story by Bloomberg CityLab. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
There may be trouble brewing on the horizon for the common loon (Gavia immer). Birds Canada has released a summary report for its Canadian Lakes Loon Survey (CLLS) program, pulling together all of the data collected by over 4000 volunteer citizen scientists since the program began 40 years ago. The report shows a significant decrease … Continued
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By Tammy Schneider On Sept. 7, the Township of Huron-Kinloss announced it is now a golf car friendly community. The Township is allowing golf cars with the mandatory registration permit … Continue reading Huron-Kinloss is now a golf car friendly community
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The St. Lawrence River community of Clayton, New York was visited on September 9 by University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Associate Professor Dr. Andrew Gronewold. Dr. Gronewold visited the North Country to lead a discussion on findings from his research on water levels in the Great Lakes. Read and hear the full…
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