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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
In Isle Royale National Park, the Park Service makes a rare move to reverse a consequence of climate change.
The company wants to increase its groundwater withdrawals to 400 gallons a minute—but the community’s citizen scientists say enough is enough.
In a recent report, the tribe picks apart the pipeline company’s emergency response plan.
We know Foxconn wants to take water from Lake Michigan, but what might it leave behind?
Rapid development and strong support in the state may help projects all across the country.
High-profile disasters on the controversial pipeline prompted the feds to temporarily halt construction, but the state demands a more permanent solution.
A joint United States–Canada report maps out the way to clean up the world’s largest freshwater ecosystem
A recent study found that the state is home to four of the country’s most polluting power plants. But elected officials won’t even show up to hear their constituents’ concerns about it.
As higher temperatures head north, the Great Plains’ grasslands are in for a transformation.
Southern Illinois is waiting for Trump’s promised coal boom, but job prospects are still a bust.
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