Hooked on heating oil: New wood heat options come with climate trade-offs
Maine's forests are crucial as a way to absorb carbon emissions, and as a heat source for industries under pressure to decarbonize and for residents struggling with high oil costs.
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Invisible and Indestructible
Maine faces widespread contamination due to PFAS in ubiquitous use and now polluting wells, public water supplies, farmland and food chains. This series explores the pathways by which PFAS cycle through Maine’s environment and the far-reaching repercussions these enduring chemicals will have.
The Unstoppable Ocean: 10 stories from the edge of Maine
Along Maine’s stunning coastline, vulnerable communities wrestle with the inevitable rise of the sea caused by the warming ocean. Aerial photographer Alex MacLean and reporter Kate Cough found that each community has a different strategy to prepare and adapt.
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