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IAGLR Report-"Great Lakes Revival"-How Restoring Polluted Waters Leads to Rebirth of Great Lakes Communities released today

Published on: Tue, 08/13/2019
Last Modified: Wed, 08/14/2019 - 10:32am


Poster image for Great Lakes Revival report showing the detroit river in the background, and several images of waterways on top

The International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) released it's report today entitled "Great Lakes Revivial" - How restoring polluted waters leads to rebirth of Great Lakes communities. The report was authored by scientists in Canada and the U.S, including Dr. John Hartig, Visiting Scholar at GLIER.

The report outlines through case studies on both sides of the Canada/U.S. border how polluted and abused waterways can be rehabilitated, and allow for community and economic revitalization to the areas that surround the Great Lakes

Read the News Release

Read the Full Report

Read the Report Summary (brief report)

Listen to Dr. John Hartig, Visiting Scholar at GLIER discuss the report on CBC