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  • The Casco Bay Plan

    September 9, 2019 by

    CASCO BAY, Maine — The members of the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership are working together through the Casco Bay Plan to protect the natural beauty and resources of Casco Bay from climate change since 2016, according to the Casco Bay Plan 2016 – 2021.

  • Maine’s emission goals

    August 12, 2019 by

    AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine’s actions against climate change is the law to reduce greenhouse emissions in 2020, according to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.

  • Confronting temperature in Maine

    August 1, 2019 by

    PORTLAND, Maine — Spring is arriving earlier, according to this report from the state of Maine. The climate in Maine is changing where summers have gotten hotter, and winters “becoming warmer and less snowy” according to the report by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS).

  • Plan for the future, says climate change report

    July 15, 2019 by

    PORTLAND, Maine — We must plan for the future due to the climate change effects on Maine’s farming and fishery businesses, according to a climate change report sent from Climate Change Institute (CCI) and the University of Maine at Orono (UMO).

  • While the sea level rises, Maine plans accordingly

    July 1, 2019 by

    PORTLAND, Maine — Maine Law, Maine State Planning Office, and Maine Geographical Society prepared a plan called Anticipatory Planning for Sea-Level Rise Along the Coast of Maine on how Maine can prepare for the erosion of shoreline due to rising sea levels.

  • Teaching climate change

    November 12, 2018 by

    PORTLAND, Maine — Lucille Benedict is an associate professor at the University of Southern Maine who teaches climate change education to her general chemistry students.

  • Scarborough’s food waste program

    November 1, 2018 by

    SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Scarborough’s solid waste pilot program did not work for the residents of Pleasant Hill Road based on their feedback sent in September 2017, but the program was not a waste of time, according to the town Scarborough.

  • How climate change affected the Maine market

    October 1, 2017 by

    PORTLAND, Maine –The early arrival of spring may be a relief to the people of Portland, but for scientists, early spring means a rapidly changing ecosystem. According to the National Weather Service, in 2016, the average temperature in Portland was 48.4 degrees Fahrenheit, which was as high as it was in 2012.

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