Environmental Law and Policy Center Calls For PUCO To Investigate Former Chair, And Consider Direct Election By Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • Jan 28, 2021 Ohio Public Radio Environmental advocacy groups have asked the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to expand their investigation of a bribery scandal to include an examination of the panel's former chair. Report Says Great Lakes Region Warming Faster Than The U.S. By Associated Press • Mar 21, 2019 Environmental Law and Policy Center A scientific report says the Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the U.S., which likely will bring more flooding and other extreme weather such as heat waves and drought. Enviros Sue To Get The State To Do More To Block Lake Erie Algae Blooms By Associated Press • Feb 11, 2019 cleveland.com Environmental groups have filed a federal lawsuit pushing for more action to prevent toxic algae blooms in the western Lake Erie basin each summer. Despite Lawsuits, EPA Won't Declare Western Lake Erie Basin Impaired By Associated Press • May 24, 2017 The U.S. EPA says it won't declare Ohio's western end of Lake Erie impaired by algae blooms. Second Lawsuit Filed Against U.S. EPA Over Algae Blooms By Associated Press • May 19, 2017 Environmental advocates have filed a second lawsuit against the U.S. EPA over whether enough is being done to address toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie. Report: Keeping Green Energy Standards Freeze Will Hurt Ohio Businesses By Jim Letizia • Dec 1, 2016 Ohio Public Radio While state lawmakers continue to fight over whether to extend the 2014 freeze on Ohio's clean energy standards, a new report shows keeping them in place can position the state to be an industry leader.