Where will the Great Lakes fit into Donald Trump’s agenda?

Expect a dramatic reduction in emphasis on combating climate change, more fossil fuel mining and drilling and less environmental regulation generally under a Donald Trump presidency.

That’s the consensus of academics and environmental advocates as they rush to read the tea leaves of Trump’s campaign rhetoric and his transition team moves to discern how he will act on environmental issues following the Republican businessman’s upset victory in Tuesday’s presidential election.  Read More

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