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.
The corridor saga continues with Maine’s Supreme Court poised to weigh in on vested rights any day now.
The U.S. EPA has issued a notice to Maine that the state missed a deadline to submit plans to reduce air pollution in Acadia National Park.
As sea levels rise, the ocean is coming ever closer to the freshwater aquifers and fractures from which nearly half of Maine’s residents draw water for drinking, bathing and cooking.
One thing is clear: in a warmer, wetter Maine, it’s certain this won’t be the last time we worry over water.
For Mainers, the tax credits and rebates associated with home efficiency upgrades could make some of the biggest difference.
A refresher on the work done so far to cleanup the former Callahan Mine site in Brooksville, what it’s cost and plans for the future.
Only 9% of the 35 billion tons of plastic produced worldwide since 1960 has been recycled.
DEP ruling means the lithium operation would be treated more like a copper or silver mine, rather than a quarry operation for limestone or granite, as the Freemans had hoped.