New Blue Accounting website launched: Great Lakes Commission and The Nature Conservancy share new information services with Great Lakes governors and premiers
This report is intended to help guide the Blue Accounting program as it initiates collaboratives to support its work in the Great Lakes region. It can also serve as a general resource for other individuals or groups who are considering forming a collaborative or are actively engaged in one, and is intended to build on and support the successful work of collaboratives currently at work in the Great Lakes. The information presented here was informed by those individuals already involved in Great Lakes regional collaboratives, as well as extensive literature and resource research.
This report provides the maritime community with information on the level of investments being made in Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway navigation system.
This report provides an assessment of the environmental and social impacts of cargo carried by marine vessels on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway navigation system and alternative transportation methods.
The environmental and social impacts of maritime shipping were compared to alternative transportation methods. This comparative analysis shows the impacts between avenues of transportation, giving policymakers and stakeholders a common understanding of the choices available and the consequences of those choices
This website promotes maritime careers in both the U.S. and Canada by providing information on how to become a mariner as well as displaying current job opportunities in the maritime industry for shipboard positions.
This report measures safety performance across the entire bi-national Great Lakes-Seaway
Summary of the challenges and opportunities for growing the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway Navigation System
Michigan's Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation (CELC) Plan was written under Public Law 107-77 and was established to pass funding to eligible coastal states for the purpose of protecting important coastal and estuarine areas that have significant conservation, recreation, ecological, historical, or aesthetic values, or that are threatened by conversion from their natural or recreational state to other uses. The national CELC Program is administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).