Michigan judge allows restart of disputed Enbridge oil pipeline
Safety test to be conducted, energy company can keep it running subject to the results and further order of the court.
US to investigate Canada’s ‘unfavourable’ new Great Lakes shipping rules
Shippers claim ballast water release standards are unfair, overly costly and designed to drive them out of cross-border shipping.
Rand Logistics to acquire American Steamship Company from GATX
Combination of the two marine shippers will create the largest and most diverse fleet on the Great Lakes
Action needed as microplastics accumulate in Great Lakes: researcher
Problem mirrors that of the oceans: small organisms mistake microplastics for plankton, and work their way up the food chain.
Enbridge says gap opens beneath Great Lakes oil pipeline
Opening between the pipe and the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac poses “no safety or integrity risk.”
Enbridge reaches deal with Michigan on underwater Great Lakes pipeline
Looking at three options to eventually replace the 7 kilometre stretch of underwater pipeline.
US, Canada to seek 40% cut in Lake Erie phosphorus
Overload has fed harmful algae blooms that have fouled drinking water and killed fish.
More work needed to protect Great Lakes: IJC
US-Canadian agency urges designating them resources held in public trust.
Great Lakes conference stresses environment, trade
Ten leaders will work together to expand a regional maritime strategy.
Plastic pollution in Great Lakes poses problems
Scientists say smaller bits attract dangerous chemicals such as pesticides.
Crews working to clear ice-clogged Great Lakes shipping pathways
Shipping logjam caused weeklong shutdown at largest steel mill in the US.
Scientists find floating masses of plastic bits in Great Lakes
Studies are underway to determine the impact of microplastics along the food chain.