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Putting Highways on a Low-Salt Diet

With winter officially arriving, many towns and cities in the Great Lakes region are preparing to fight the snow and ice that can make roads slippery and dangerous. That traditionally means spreading salt. But salt is damaging to the environment. So there is a growing movement toward using less corrosive and polluting means to make streets safe. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Jonathan Ahl reports.  Go to full article

Greening the College Campus, part 1

Are colleges failing the "green" test? A new report is giving mixed reviews of US colleges' environmental efforts. In the first of a two-part series, the Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Jonathan Ahl explores the issues of greening a college campus.  Go to full article

Invasive Species Tough to Combat

New research shows one invasive species in the Great Lakes is even more resilient than originally thought. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Jonathan Ahl reports.  Go to full article

Religious Leaders Challenge Bush on Global Warming

Religious leaders from 20 states including are calling on President Bush to change his stance on global warming. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Jonathan Ahl reports.  Go to full article

Great Lakes States Reduce Game Fish Stocking

Great Lakes states are reducing the number of large fish they're stocking in the waterways. Fewer salmon, trout, and bass are being added to the lakes for recreational fishing because of changes in the ecosystems that are making it harder for the fish to survive. As Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Jonathan Ahl reports, those changes may be symptoms of bigger problems in the Great Lakes.  Go to full article

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