Documenting the indigeneity embedded in the culture and geography of the state.
“A-No. 1,” the legendary rambler, spent thirty years riding the rails and thirty more preaching against that lifestyle.
In the middle of the twentieth century, industrialists tried to rebrand the coast north of Cleveland. Like many marketing ploys, it straddled the fuzzy line between aspiration and actuality.
The contested case of the Icebreaker Wind Farm has implications for renewable energy in the region.
The state has a crucial role in the high-stakes fight to prevent DAPL from doubling its capacity.
A movement to grant rights to the environment tests the power of local control.
For decades, Mike Kirwan was the loudest advocate for a proposed canal from the Ohio River to Lake Erie. But he couldn't close the deal.
A wind farm on Lake Erie? If only Ohio pols, and some environmental activists, too, would get out of the way.
By Justin Nobel Icebreaker Wind, a promising Lake Erie wind energy project — which would be the first freshwater wind [...]