Working Waterfront

Our readers write… and they have opinions

Traps were ghost towns To the editor: As always, I enjoy reading the Island Institute’s stories. But the “Group works to recycle ‘ghost’ traps” in the September issue came close to home for me with an oft repeated “fact” that I know to be a misnomer, and so I’m driven to… SEE MORE
Field Notes

Working Waterfront

The way forward is through

A good friend of mine often says that when faced with difficult situations, “The only way forward is through.” To say that we are faced with difficult situations right now would be the understatement of the century. One of the greatest challenges we face at the moment is a crisis… SEE MORE
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