A new report on the state of birds in the U.S. and Canada offers the first comprehensive status update since an alarm-bell-ringing 2019 study announced the loss of 3 billion birds. Read and hear the full story by WTTW-TV – Chicago, IL. Read the full story
Keep up with energy-related developments in the Great Lakes area with Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
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- Transit advocates criticize new regional transportation plan featuring expressway expansion — Chicago Sun Times
Chicago transit advocates raise concerns over a state transportation plan that calls for more expressway lanes instead of prioritizing public transit.
Those who experienced post-mRNA myocarditis and pericarditis would be asked to participate in the study.
“This study looks a little bit more deeply at discrimination: How does it take place? Where does it take place?”
The Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority, the University of Guelph, and the Ministries of Environment and Agriculture have been working together to conduct water and climate research in the Parkhill Creek.
Canada’s Competition Bureau will study grocery store competition across the country.
A study soon to be released reveals that due to the COVID-19 pandemic forcing limited treatment control on sea lamprey, there was an increase in the invasive species numbers throughout the Great Lakes. Read the full story by the Manitoulin Expositor. Read the full story
By Hannah MacLeod The October 2022 municipal election is underway, with the official list of candidates being published on Aug. 22. In Kincardine, there are seven candidates for the councillor-at-large … Continue reading Meet your candidates – Councillor at-large
Underconsumption of fruits and vegetables is a universal problem. However, a study from the University of Guelph in Ontario introduces a new technique called “nudging” to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in its students.
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Meteorology students at SUNY Oswego are taking part in a multi-million-dollar project funded by the National Science Foundation to study lake effect lightning events east of Lake Ontario. Read the full story by WROC-TV – Rochester, NY. Read the full story
Michigan and seven other coastal states have signed an agreement to pay for a comprehensive federal study of the Great Lakes shoreline. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled a western county in the state must conduct an environmental review to determine whether a proposed drainage ditch improvement could harm one of the last free-flowing creeks in the heavily agricultural area.
The ruling last week affirms a state Court of Appeals judgment that reversed a Renville County Board decision which said the study wasn’t necessary.
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