Just like humans need oxygen in the air, fish and other aquatic creatures need dissolved oxygen in the water.
Public concerns regarding water quality and harmful algal blooms in Lake Champlain-Missisquoi Bay and Lake Memphremagog have continued to grow over the past decade.
This year, for the first time, the AquaHacking Challenge has come to western Canada, focused on the transboundary waters of the Okanagan basin.
One approach to fostering environmental stewardship is to get people involved in water activities as children.
For the first time in the history of the Detroit River, a group of environmental organizations on both the Canadian and American sides of the Detroit River have come together to form the Detroit River Coalition.
We are living in unprecedented times.
The Great Lakes continue to face complex challenges that demand comprehensive science and policy solutions.