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Thousands demand Lone Pine drop its NAFTA lawsuit against Québec’s fracking moratorium

PRESS RELEASE For immediate publication Thousands demand Lone Pine drop its NAFTA lawsuit against Québec’s fracking moratorium (Ottawa, May 31, 2013) – Two weeks after the launch of a public petition, organizers have received over 3,000 signatures demanding that energy company Lone Pine Resources drop its $250 million NAFTA (North America Free Trade Agreement) lawsuit against Canada… Read more »

FLOW Local Ordinance Program Brings Fracking Protection to Two Michigan Townships

Click here to view and download the full press release PDF PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 23, 2013 FLOW Local Ordinance Program Brings Fracking Protection to Two Michigan Townships Michigan Communities Seek Regulation of Horizontal Hydraulic Fracturing for Natural Gas TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Two Michigan Townships—Cannon Township and Gun Plain Charter Township—signed up… Read more »

Lake Michigan Water Levels – Climate Change is Taking Our Water

by Elizabeth Kirkwood, FLOW Executive Director and Bob Otwell, FLOW Board of Directors Treasurer February 24, 2013 Traverse City Record-Eagle – The Forum Click here to view the Record Eagle article Click here to read the article as a PDF   The exposed shoreline along Lake Michigan is creating a local buzz as residents watch… Read more »

Water Levels and Flows

by Jim Nies, FLOW’s Wisconsin Coordinator Of all the problems facing the Great Lakes, loss of water is perhaps the most serious. The water is not, as many believe, a renewable resource; rather it is a gift of the glaciers, with only one percent replaced annually. The water levels on Lakes Ontario and Erie, while… Read more »