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New York Times: Advocacy Groups Say EPA Not Doing Enough to Protect Lake Erie

By The Associated Press TOLEDO, Ohio — Environmental advocates who sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency because they believe not enough is being done to address the toxic algae problem in Lake Erie said they think the agency’s response to the suit only bolsters their argument. The groups want the EPA to declare that the

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Midwest Energy News: ELPC’s Learner Says Clean Energy Advocates Should Focus More Attention on Clean Transportation

Study: Utilities should get in the drivers seat on electric vehicle infrastructure By Kari Lydersen It’s widely accepted that electric vehicles will become increasingly popular and affordable in coming years, and utilities are trying to make sure their grids can handle an influx of vehicles plugged in. But a recent study by the global consulting

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Cleveland NPR: US EPA Responds to ELPC Lawsuit for “Impaired” Lake Erie

Cleveland NPR: Ideastream  US EPA Responds to Lawsuit for “Impaired” Lake Erie By Elizabeth Miller The US Environmental Protection Agency says the Ohio EPA did not fully look at research on harmful algal blooms when considering adding Lake Erie to its list of “impaired” waters. Two organizations are suing the US EPA to request an

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Columbus Dispatch Letter to the Editor: Ohio Can Make School Days Healthier with a Jolt from VW Settlement Funds

Letter to the Editor Governor Kasich and Ohio officials can now choose to help Ohio kids miss less school while reducing air pollution. Ohio will get $75 million from a Volkswagen settlement to reduce air pollution. Replacing diesel-powered school buses with clean electric ones can achieve both goals. Over seven years, Volkswagen sold 600,000 diesel

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