Though these warnings did not come to fruition last winter, the geopolitical situation is different this year.
New data shines a light on the sources of planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions.
Overnight temperatures are a key climate signal and reason why Maine has experienced a warm November. More humidity during the day traps more heat that doesn’t burn off at night and sticks around.
Aroostook County is rich in untapped renewable energy potential, which is why the area has become a holy grail that has remained out of reach for decades.
With 60 percent of Maine homes dependent on fuel oil, higher than any other state, the current economic and climatic instability only serves to underscore the reasons the state has long focused on heat pump adoption.
What’s happening to Alaska’s crabs are a useful cautionary tale because of the economic and cultural ripple effects.
Besides emitting actual PFAS, the factories that manufacture and work with the substances emit potent greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change.
Maine electric customers will be able to opt in to new rates that encourage home EV charging at night, when demand on the grid is low.
Waters in the Northeast and Gulf of Maine are warming and rising faster than most, adding fuel to storms that pass through.
The model devised by researchers involves farming kelp far offshore, then transporting it out even farther to “sink sites” in deep water.