Michigan Is On Thin Ice. Get Used To It, Climate Experts Say

Long-term, warming temperatures in Michigan could bring far more widespread and lasting challenges by destroying key northern ecosystems.

Too Few Farmers are Curbing Pollution in Lake Erie. Should They be Forced?

As climate change complicates Lake Erie’s algae problem, scientists say farmers must do far more to reduce phosphorus runoff. But will enough farmers change their ways without a government mandate?

As Great Lakes Pummel Michigan, Beach Towns Rush to Set Development Rules

In Great Lakes, the ongoing high water crisis is leading some communities to rethink the policies that put them here.

HotSpots H2O: U.S. Great Lakes, Near Record Highs, Pummel Coastal Infrastructure

The U.S. Great Lakes have surged to unprecedented levels, causing tens of millions of dollars in damage to coastal roads, marinas, and household property.