Water levels in the Great Lakes are high right now—really high. Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, and Lake Erie are all breaking records and creating all kinds of problems for communities on their shores.
Reporter Dan Wanshcura interviews Great Lakes experts including Peter Annin, director of the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation.
“Rather than try and engineer these lakes into what we might want or some people might want them to be, it’s a much more cost-effective long-term approach to adapt to these massive water bodies,” Annin said.
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