Restore Our Water International's Chair, Roger Gauthier, retired Senior Hydrologist in the Detroit office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, gave the following information to the July 8 meeting of his Board of Directors.
Facing climate change Michigan Huron /Georgian Bay is the most vulnerable - unlike the other Great Lakes it has no ability to retain water and has a slowly increasing outflow due to SCF ongoing erosion. Read more > about Lakes Michigan Huron/Georgian Bay Most Vulnerable- Facts, Science, Engineering Support Complex Issues
There’s little questioning the importance .......of that the Great Lakes region to North American economic output, employment and trade, and measures by policymakers to improve...trade flows and to foster overall growth in the region are key for the long-term health
Restore Our Water International convened a dialogue between experts and affected coastal interests and the recorded session is now available. Read more > about WEBINAR RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE- Outlook for Water Levels on The Great Lakes Through 2015
Restore Our Water started when a group of passionate Canadians cottage owners in Ontario gathered to discuss the important problem of water levels in the Great Lakes. Inspired by a joint conviction i.e., “there is a solution," they formed a group, supported by individuals from business, education, academia and other associations. READ MORE>