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Environment

No buildings and new rules, but Morton Arboretum becomes first to re-open after coronavirus closure

It’s World Bee Day: Let’s hear it for our native bees

Last year it cost $5 for West Side community gardens to tap into city water. Now the price is $1,700

Central Michigan town could be under 9 feet of water after dams fail, possibly moving toxic Dow Superfund site

After an explosion at a recycling plant, an environmental nonprofit demands action against an alleged ‘serial polluter.' General Iron Industries denies claim, says it’s looking into ‘potential sabotage.’

East Side residents urge EPA to deny General Iron’s permit to build scrap plant

Stronger storms to hit Chicago Thursday evening; risk of ping-pong ball-size hail in south burbs

Public hearings set for Thursday on General Iron’s planned move to East Side

City slaps Hilco with $2,500 fine after inspector sees water from old Little Village coal plant running into canal

Friends of the Chicago River reinvents its huge one-day cleanup as a summer challenge

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