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Low water levels and deteriorating Great Lakes infrastructure top priorities of Great Lakes Commission

For immediate release: March 6, 2013  |  Download PDF
Contact: Tim Eder, teder@glc.org, office: 734-971-9135, cell: 734-604-7281
Washington, D.C. – 100-year-old water resources infrastructure, built before World War I, is trying to serve 20th century needs in the Great Lakes region. Delegates to the Great Lakes Commission’s Semiannual Meeting, ...   Read More »

Future of wind energy in the Great Lakes debated by regional coalition

Erie, Pa. – Attendees at the Great Lakes Wind Collaborative meeting yesterday got a Keystone State perspective on the progress, opportunities and obstacles for wind energy in the binational Great Lakes region.

Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Michael Krancer provided the keynote address, highlighting Pennsylvania’s general economic ...   Read More »

New reports on nutrient loading and spill response released by Great Lakes Commission; Wisconsin’s Kenneth G. Johnson elected chair

Cleveland, Ohio – Actions to reduce phosphorus loadings to the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River system were the focus of the Annual Meeting of the Great Lakes Commission, which kicked off Great Lakes Week in Cleveland this week. A GLC-led Regional Phosphorus Reduction Task Force released a report with more than 50 ...   Read More »

New risk assessment validates threat from Asian carp and points to Chicago-area waterways as most likely pathway into the Great Lakes

A new risk assessment led by the government of Canada on the threat posed to the Great Lakes by Asian carp heightens the urgent need for a permanent solution, such as hydrological separation of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds, said members of the Great Lakes Commission (GLC) today. ...   Read More »

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