Map showing North Atlantic currents.

Working Waterfront

Theories not based in fact can distract from climate work

Editor’s note: This column by Susie Arnold, Ph.D., a marine scientist with the Island Institute, responds to an op-ed published in the November issue of The Working Waterfront. An op-ed column in the November issue of The Working Waterfront demands a response. [caption id="attachment_22404" align="alignleft" width="300"] Susie Arnold, Ph.D.[/caption] The… SEE MORE

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Tourism industry adapted, but more help needed

As COVID-19 spread around the world, it found its way into every nook and cranny of society, and into the very fabric of Maine. And tourism—welcoming visitors from out of state, and encouraging our residents to enjoy all we have to offer—was impacted in unprecedented ways. Over the next few… SEE MORE

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Why Maine towns are going ‘age friendly’

By Patricia Oh Maine’s older residents aren’t waiting around, hoping that someone will make their towns and cities more livable. They are using their knowledge, skills, and creativity to spearhead a national movement to make Maine communities great places to live for all ages—from toddlers to centenarians.   Sixty-six Maine cities… SEE MORE