News of Maine's Coast and Islands
My proposed bill builds upon and adapts the model successfully used by New Hampshire. That state set up a commission consisting of a wide array of stakeholders and experts to assess the coastal risks and hazards...
We all want the same thing for Maine—robust working waterfronts, resilient coastal communities, and conservation of natural resources…
Only 25 towns and cities in Maine have some historic protection compared to 84 in New Hampshire.
There is a new player on the block, fouling the coast, the Gulf of Maine, and the wild things within.
Global warming and climate changes are much too important to Maine and the rest of the world to be rectified by executive order…
Would a private board, controlled by commercial airlines, be concerned about communities like ours?
Did you give the slightest thought to the possibility that what you were doing could lead to bringing down a hell on earth of pain and suffering on yourself and those who loved you?
MIT Sea Grant decided to expand the manual to coastal communities in Maine.
The MAV project will forever change our island, and whatever short-term benefits we might receive will be more than offset by the irreparable damage it will do.