- By Ron SeelyU.S. states and Canadian provinces along the Great Lakes will face increasing pressure to share the resource, say experts.
- By John VidalPlans to weather erosion and storm surges for new nuclear power plants may not be up to date, some experts say.
- Seaweed is starting to catch on in the Netherlands, where the marine plant is showing up in wraps, burgers, and salads.
- By James MunsonEnbridge is still aiming to reduce emissions despite recent sales of renewable and natural gas assets, the company said.
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