The course integrates water, energy, food, climate change, and hydrological science with comprehensive policy principles. Taught by Jim Olson, President of FLOW and partner at Olson, Bzdok and Howard.
The Osterlin Library is closed. All due dates have been extended to April 27, 2020
You can sign up for individualized student research help from an NMC librarian via video conference or phone. Book an appointment by clicking here, and select an open time. The appointment will be added to your Google calendar. View the calendar event for details on how to 'join' the meeting.
FLOW is a non-profit organization working to ensure the waters of the Great Lakes are protected now and for future generations by recognizing the Great Lakes as a Commons, building deep public awareness and engaging the public, and decision-makers about the threats and abuses facing the Great Lakes, and advancing public trust solutions to protect the rights of the people and waters of the Great Lakes Basin.
The mission of this collection is to provide an open access repository for research on the Great Lakes and inland lakes and streams in the Grand Traverse region for researchers, educators and the general public.
EPA is committed to promoting sustainable practices that will help ensure that citizens continue to enjoy the benefits of clean and safe water. Guided by the Agency's Clean Water and Drinking Water Infrastructure Sustainability Policy, EPA is working with a broad group of stakeholders to help bring about more sustainable practices on three levels.