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Watch Bridge discussion on climate change and the Great Lakes

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On Wednesday, Bridge Michigan's latest Great Lakes Conservation series discussion focused on the impact of climate change on the Great Lakes and the environment.


If you missed the event, you can watch it on-demand below.

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Bridge Michigan environment reporter Kelly House moderated this discussion with Frank Ettawageshik, executive director of United Tribes of Michigan, Sapna Sharma, associate professor in the York University Department of Biology and Gary Whelan, program director of the Fisheries Division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

This event is part of a six-part, bi-monthly discussion series about the Great Lakes produced in partnership with Circle of Blue and funded by the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation and the Bosch Community Fund.

To stay up-to-date on upcoming events and Bridge Michigan's environment reporting, sign up for Bridge Michigan's Environment Watch newsletter.


The series will resume on Sept. 14. Stay tuned for an announcement of the topic and for registration information.

To regularly receive advance notification of what our nonprofit newsroom is planning, including these bimonthly environmental discussions, and receive member-exclusive benefits — such as free Bridge event tickets, copies of our bimonthly Bridge Book Club selections and more — become a Bridge Club member today. Member support allows us to offer engagement opportunities like this discussion.

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