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PFAS Explained

PFAS stands for a family of chemicals that is in most homes and is being detected in an increasing number of water systems. Detroit Public Television's Great Lakes Bureau has the story.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:02:54

Station:DPTV


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Water Shutoffs in Detroit

In Detroit, Michigan, a community advocate is working to help residents get their water turned back on. Part of the Great Lakes Now Reporting Initiative.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:52

Station:DPTV


WNET

Algae: A Great Lakes Ancient Mystery

The team at Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory monitor harmful algae blooms, one of the greatest threats to the blue economy.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:39

Station:DPTV


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Forestry in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Detroit Public Television's Great Lakes Bureau go to Michigan's Upper Peninsula and learn about sustainable tree harvesting.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:35

Station:DPTV


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Delivering the Water We Drink

Detroit Public Television's Great Lakes Bureau gives a firsthand look at how clean water and new pipes are starting to resolve the Flint Water Crisis.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:36

Station:DPTV


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New Baltimore Transitioning to a New Economy

The Blue Economy is a phrase used to describe economic activity in, on, and around water. New Baltimore, Michigan is an example of a community transitioning to a blue economy.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:24

Station:DPTV