How the proposed renewal of water-taking permits for micropennies-on-the-litre to Nestle Waters makes no economic - or environmental - sense.
In 2013, Waukesha Wisconsin filed an application requesting permission to take over 10 million gallons of fresh water from Lake Michigan every day. Join Andrew Reeves in our first in the Summer Reading Series, as he explores the complexity of this issue, its historical roots, and the state of our Great Lakes.
Environmental news from the week of July 3 - July 9, 2016
Climate change warning labels on gas pumps are coming to a municipality near you
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