City planners in Chicago are using a digital map of natural resources to help them decide where and what to build.
Cameron Davis’ world has changed dramatically in the past year since leaving the U.S. EPA.
By Mary Ellen Geist
This story originally appeared on Great Lakes Now and is republished here with permission. Admit it: some of you feel like you live in your cars. And car companies are helping automobiles become more habitable each year.
A coastal protection program that generated an estimated $86.9 million in economic impact across six Great Lakes offices in 2016 has again been zeroed out in the federal budget proposal after strong lawmaker support successfully restored funding to the program for 2018.