Midwest tribal leaders are challenging a pipeline that pumps a million gallons of oil daily beneath a gap between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.
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Invasive carp could threaten the $7 billion recreation and commercial fishing industry around the Great Lakes.
All of the Great Lakes are experiencing declining ice coverage in the winter, which could affect recreation and shorelines.
Climate change means these nuisance species are making their way to the Great Lakes region.
Residents say the city isn’t doing enough to protect them from nonstop truck traffic and industry, so they’re taking matters into their own hands.
City officials say there is no urgent need as they turn to other shelter options. This comes a week after work on another site was dropped.
You don’t have to rake up all those leaves on your lawn this fall. Here’s what environmentalists say to do with them instead.
The Illinois Commerce Commission lowers the requested rate hikes from four utility companies while also making adjustments for low-income households.
Extreme weather could have an impact on the region but there is hope in mitigating global warming, according to the new National Climate Assessment.