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May 2, 2005 |

A Changing Great Lakes Economy, State of the Lakes Ecosystem Conference Working Paper, October 1994

Aging Water Pipes Leak $23 million a Year, John Bebow, The Detroit News, July 22, 2002

Agricultural Biogas Casebook, Council of Great lakes Governors, September 2002

A New Kind of Water Park, Andy Guy, Great Lakes Bulletin News Service, April 1, 2004

An Overall Strategy and Indicators for Measuring Progress are Needed to Better Achieve Restoration Goals, United States General Accounting Office, April 2003

Arizona Water Management: Keeping the Glass Full, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, November 2004

Biotechnology and Water Security in the 21st Century, World Commission on Water for the 21st Century, February 1999

Chicago’s Water Agenda, City of Chicago, 2003

Clean Corporate Citizen Program Progress Report The Building Years: 1997-2003, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

Clean Water Main Ingredient in Mayors’ Recipes for Success, Dan Egan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 15, 2004

Cleveland Planners Unveil Vision For Lakefront, Tom Breckenridge, Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 20, 2004

Despite Abundance, New Talk about Limits, Keith Schneider, Great Lakes Bulletin News Service, October 24, 2002

Detroit to Raze Two Riverfront Cement Companies, R.J. King, The Detroit News, February 22, 2005

Developers Pitch Waterfront Project, Lisa Knapp, The Grand Rapids Press, April 3, 2002

Establishing the Global Enterprise for Water Technology, Global Enterprise for Water Technology Development Board, 2000

Flush With Pride, Andy Guy, Great Lakes Bulletin News Service, September 8, 2004

Genesee County May Bypass Detroit for Water, Jennifer Chambers, The Detroit News, August 13, 2002

GEWT Business Plan, Global Enterprise for Water Technology, March 18, 2002

Great Lakes, Great Legacy, Conservation Foundation and the Institute for Research and Public Policy, 1990            

Greenway Plan a Step Closer, Gina Czark, Northwest Indiana Times, January 30, 2005

If You Develop the Riverwalk, They Will Come, Experts Predict, Karen Rauen, Green Bay Press-Gazette, October 13, 2004

Lake Michigan Shoreline Plan Meetings Begin, Jim Masters, Northwest Indiana Times, July 21, 2004

Lakefront Plan Will Challenge Clevelanders, Steve Litt, Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 14, 2004

Laketown Township/Allegan County Prudent and Feasible Alternative Study, Prein and Newhof, December 2001

Lawmaker Asks Five Cities to Prioritize Plans for Lakefront, Associated Press, Wabash Plain Dealer, January 31, 2005

Liquid Asset: Great Lakes Water Quality and Industry Needs, Great Lakes Commission, October 1992

Meet Michigan’s Clean Corporate Citizens, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, July 2004

Nestle Decision a Bipartisan Challenge, Keith Schneider, Great Lakes Bulletin News Service, December 4, 2003

Nusbaum Happy With Progress of Water Talks, Peter Rebhahn, Green Bay Press-Gazette, October 21, 2002

Opening Up the Lakeshore, Elizabeth Eaken, Northwest Indiana Times, October 29, 2003

Outer Suburbs Face Long-Range Water Challenge, Jeff Long, Chicago Tribune, July 17, 2002

Planning Group Seeks Water Supply Study, Scott Williams, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 17, 2002

Pollution Prevention: Making Sustainability a Reality, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, 2003

Practice of Low-Impact Development, National Association of Home Builders Research Center, July 2003

Revenue in Water Deal Estimated at $608,000, Corissa Jansen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 14, 2002

Saving Water, Saving Dollars, Potomac Resources, Inc., April 1998

Shaping the Great Lakes Economy, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; the Great Lakes Commission; Institute for Development Strategies, Indiana University, October 1992

Swimming in Sewage, Natural Resources Defense Council, February 2004

The Citizens’ Agenda: An Action Plan to Protect the Great Lakes, Michigan Great Lakes Conservation Task Force, January 2002

The Great Lakes: An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book, United States Environmental Protection Agency and Government of Canada, 1995

The Great Lakes Economy — Looking North and South, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; Great Lakes Commission, April 1991

The Hannover Principles: Designs for Sustainability, William McDonough and Michael Braungart, 2003

Township Extending Water to New Areas, Nancy Stier, Muskegon Chronicle, August 29, 2002

Two Ports, Chris Sebastian, The Times Herald, December 19, 2004

Water for People, Water for Life, The United Nations World Water Development Report, March 2003

Water Resources for the Future, Michigan’s Great Lakes and Water Resources Planning Commission, September 1987

West Chicago Gushes Over New Water Plant, Harry Hitzeman, Daily Herald, January 18, 2005

Waukesha Seeking Lake Michigan Pipeline, Darryl Enriquez, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 22, 2003

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