Great Lakes Month in Review: EPA’s role in Flint crisis, Snyder’s environmental record

Jan 26, 2016

The Flint water crisis is an environmental story that highlights the risks of taking natural resources like drinking water for granted.


The Flint water crisis has dominated the January headlines both here in Michigan and around the world.

It’s a story of government failings and bureaucratic mismanagement.

But it’s also an environmental story that highlights the risks of taking natural resources--like drinking water--for granted.

Commentator Gary Wilson joins us to talk about that aspect of the story for our Great Lakes Month in Review.

The water crisis in Flint tops January's Great Lakes Month in Review.
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