A new study shows people who commonly witness tornado warnings are slower to protect themselves.
Michigan officials are asking residents to help shoot and kill 13,500 mute swans.
It’s two days from another Earth Day and you can put me in the camp that believes the day has long outlived its usefulness.
Earth Day long ago devolved to the point where it reeks of symbolism over substance.
A traveling play in Michigan is teaching kids about an ominous part of the state’s history – shipwrecks. Shipwrecked! is a play about a family caught in a storm while transporting Christmas trees in 1893.
To address what is sometimes referred to as Nature Deficit Disorder, educators are developing teaching supplements that integrate more outdoor education or “place-based education” into schools.
Clumps of smelly green algae collect on Ontario Beach in Rochester, N.Y., where Lake Ontario currents herd the glop into the corner of the beach and a manmade pier.
A renewed interest in mining in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula could provide funding for state parks and boost local economies but could hurt the environment.
Peregrine falcon populations crashed in the 1960s but now thrive throughout the region, thanks largely to urban reintroduction efforts and the DDT ban.
Operators of compost companies and public agencies in Michigan are criticizing legislative bills that might put them out of business.
A proposal to build a wind farm on the Canadian shore of Lake Ontario has created an uproar among people worried about birds and wildlife.
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