Like trees in a storm, the basic life supports we count on for nourishment and health have proven far more brittle and vulnerable than we ever imagined. The pandemic has revealed fundamental fault lines in our social fabric, laying bare enduring racial and environmental injustices.
As Maine’s farmers and growers adjust to disruptions caused by the coronavirus, their work has become even more critical to a state food supply that’s been disrupted by binge-shopping and growing pandemic-related anxiety.
Glaciologists at the University of Maine are working to determine if rapidly melting glaciers in Antarctica have experienced regrowth following periods of retreat in the past.
The recent decision by Congress to not extend federal tax credits for solar panels or electric vehicles is a setback to Maine’s renewable energy efforts.
Maine towns and homeowners are severely underprepared to deal with the arrival of the emerald ash borer, an Asian parasite that attacks and kills ash trees.
Maine artists, poets and authors are using their creative talents to further the conversation around climate action in a way that science has failed to do.
In a state often slow to change, these clean energy business leaders are fostering a vibrant and expanding economic model in Maine.
As many Maine homes continue to leak heating oil and are unable hold heat, communities come together to introduce expanded weatherization efforts
Do you have a “retirement” career? Meet Sharon Turner, who spends her days nurturing the plants that nourish wildlife and teaching others to do the same.
Maine farms, like Bumbleroot Organic Farm in Windham, are adopting ‘regenerative agriculture’ practices that nourish soil and absorb atmospheric carbon to create better growing conditions.
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