Giving fishermen and scientists a seat at the table
This year marked our 15th annual Fishermens Climate Roundtables. This yearly event offers an opportunity for fishermen and scientists to come together and share notes about the past fishing year and the longer-term environmental changes they are noticing on the water.
New Film! A Climate of Change:
Sea Level Rise
The seas are rising, and every community on the coast of Maine, and coasts elsewhere, should explore ways to adapt. The fifth film in our ongoing climate-related documentary series, A CLIMATE OF CHANGE: SEA LEVEL RISE, has premiered as part of our celebration of Earth Week.
Building federal support for island communities
Energy can be expensive and unreliable for island communities everywhere. Through our work over the last decade and collaborations with groups in New England and across the globe, we’ve learned that by bringing the right ideas and partners to the table we can address the common challenges we all share.
Solutions: Building Business for Purpose and Profit
For generations, businesses have existed to provide products and services to local customers. In recent years, they have also come to realize their importance to the fabric of the communities they serve. Check out our Solutions Library to learn more about businesses connecting purpose and profit on our coast.
Tom Glenn Community
The Tom Glenn Community Impact Fund seeks to build a more diverse coastal economy through grant and loan support to help Maine's coastal small businesses adapt in uncertain times as well as community infrastructure projects for broadband, energy, sea level rise, and working waterfront improvements.