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The future of work is top of mind in Michigan as policymakers, business leaders, non-profits, and academia grapple with one of our state’s chief concerns: attracting and retaining Gen Z talent. How does Michigan stack up against states like California, Texas, or New York?
Policy Talks @ the Ford School presents U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo. Secretary Raimondo will reflect on economic growth, innovation, and American competitiveness in conversation with Professor Betsey Stevenson.
- Great Lakes Moment: Detroit’s new Ralph Wilson Park will provide habitats for a healthy ecosystemon October 2, 2023
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. For over 100 years the Detroit River was perceived as a working waterway that supported industry and commerce. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- Science Says What? How an airlift of wolves saved Isle Royale’s ecosystem and sparked a conservation controversyon September 30, 2023
Science Says What? is a monthly column written by Great Lakes now contributor Sharon Oosthoek exploring what science can tell us about what’s happening beneath and above the waves of our beloved Great Lakes and their watershed. The wolves of Isle Royale recently came within a hair’s breadth of dying out — victims of years of inbreeding. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- Book Review: Saving our changing menu in the Great Lakes region and beyondon September 29, 2023
The Great Lakes region is known for its abundance. Vineyards flourish near the shores of lakes Erie and Michigan. Maple trees flow freely with sap that is made into syrup every spring. And of course, Great Lakes’ freshwater fish like perch, walleye and whitefish make their way onto our dinner plates. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.