Ups & downs of Lake Michigan: Blame climate change

Holland Sentinel: Climate change is the new player in the ups and downs of the Great Lakes and any manmade attempts to control water levels might have little impact, a top leader in Great Lakes policy told about 100 people in Holland this morning. “The climate is changing. The climate has changed and the climate will continue to change,” said Lana Pollack, chairwoman of the United States section of the International Joint Commission, a group set up by a treaty between the U.S. and Canada to deal with boundary waters......

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