Line 5 is the Number One Environmental Issue Facing Northern Michigan

The Northern Express listed the Line 5 pipeline as the greatest threat to the environment of northern Michigan. Following close behind are algae blooms, and demand for water elsewhere…
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Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation Speaks Out

Another community sees the value in keeping oil out of the Great Lakes, and sends a letter to Governor Snyder asking him to act quickly to protect our…
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50,000 Gallons of Oil Fouls Frozen Yellowstone River

On January 15, 2015, a pipeline in Montana spilled up to 50,000 gallons of crude oil into the Yellowstone River, the pipeline’s operator confirmed Sunday night. Frozen conditions…
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Oil & Water Presents to Petroleum Task Force

LANSING – In formal remarks today to a state task force on oil pipelines, representatives of key environmental and Great Lakes groups – echoing the concerns of businesses,…
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Two more communities send Gov. Snyder letters of concern

Two more Michigan communities – Cheboygan County and the city of Grand Rapids – have sent letters of concern about the State's role in regulating the aging oil…
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Forum: Snyder must use law to prevent oil spill in Straits

An op-ed appeared in the Traverse City Record-Eagle from Oil & Water Don't Mix partner FLOW, and was penned by their executive director, Liz Kirkwood. It makes a…
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Do what it takes to protect great lakes from an oil spill

An op-ed appeared in the Detroit Free Press on October 10, 2014 from Chris Kolb of Michigan Environmental Council and Gail Gruenwald of Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council.…
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