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Green Reset: COVID-19 offers opportunity for lighter environmental impact
on June 2, 2020
Out of the tragedy that is COVID-19 can come opportunities to improve our lives, our workspace and our environment. That includes softening the impact we have on natural habitat. That’s the view of veteran Great Lakes executive Cameron Davis who says, like businesses in big cities that are assessing their space needs, we should pause and assess our impact on the environment. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
Lake Erie Wind Farm: Siting board conditions might kill project
on June 1, 2020
A $126 million, 20.7-megawatt wind turbine project on Lake Erie has the go-ahead from state regulators after years of halting progress. If construction is completed, the six-turbine Icebreaker Wind farm in Lake Erie, 8 miles northwest of Cleveland, would be the first offshore freshwater site in the U.S. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
Great Lakes Moment: Investing in pollution prevention and restoration pays off
on June 1, 2020
Great Lakes Moment is a monthly column written by Great Lakes Now Contributor John Hartig. Publishing the author’s views and assertions does not represent endorsement by Great Lakes Now or Detroit Public Television. A new study on cleaning up Great Lakes pollution hotspots published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research finds that investing in pollution prevention and restoration pays off in the long run. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.