In 30 years, the Gulf of Maine will have been transformed by climate change. Its waters will inexorably grow warmer, and the species that flourish there will be those that can adapt. The same might be said for the Mainers who make their living from the sea. The future of the state's marine economy may well belong to those who can adapt.
Maine Public Deep Dive
- Golden Introduces Legislation To Address Maine's 'Lead Crisis'
- State Attorneys General Are Fighting To Keep Environmental Laws
- As The Gulf Of Maine Warms, Lobstermen Explore Different Fisheries
- Mills To Address UN General Assembly About The Effects Of Climate Change In Maine
- Thousands Of Students Gather Across Maine To Demand Action On Climate Change