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A new study from an environmental group shows traditional summer activities are threatened by climate change. 

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A provision in the new federal tax bill has many environmental advocates concerned. Ohio Public Radio's Andy Chow reports.

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The U.S. Senate is considering a House-passed measure that repeals a rule designed to reduce methane pollution from oil and natural gas wells on public lands.

A new Illinois State University report says temperatures in the world's lakes are rising more than in the oceans or the atmosphere - which could worsen problems such as algae blooms and oxygen-deprived dead zones.

Toledo Crisis Prompts Debate On Algae In Public Water System

Aug 15, 2014
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Debate continues on how to best cut down on how to cut down on toxins from algae blooms that get into public water systems.

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A report by the National Wildlife Federation shows global climate change makes it harder for many animals to raise their young and keep them well fed and healthy.

Ohio is one of at least 21 states that had problems with toxic algae blooms in waterways over the summer.

A new report by the National Wildlife Federation says climate change-related temperature increases would destroy half of Lake Erie's fish habitats by the end of the century.