Jun 06, 2023
New England’s ocean is full of fascinating and beautiful marine life. Each of these species depends on a healthy ocean to thrive, and all are impacted by the threat of warming waters caused by the climate crisis. Protected areas in our ocean, like the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument, are known to help… Continue reading Discover Cool Creatures that Thrive in New England’s Ocean
Jun 02, 2023
From deep-sea canyons to underwater forests, New England’s ocean abounds with life.
May 05, 2023
Trees are vital to climate resiliency because they keep cities cooler. But many trees are dying because of methane gas leaks.
Mar 08, 2023
We analyzed two sectors of the commercial lobster fishery to determine what it will cost to transition to ropeless gear.
Feb 27, 2023
A colorful bobbing buoy is an iconic part of New England’s visual identity, a symbol of fresh-caught seafood and days spent by the water. But all those buoys can pose a danger to marine life. The thick vertical lines that connect buoys to lobster traps on the seafloor can entangle whales, causing grievous injuries and… Continue reading The Truth about Ropeless Fishing Gear
Feb 09, 2023
Wood biomass electricity delays our transition to clean energy that won’t spew pollution and damage our climate.
Feb 08, 2023
Electrical outages affect some communities more than others.
Sep 08, 2022
Darrèll Brown, vice president of CLF’s Rhode Island Advocacy Center, talks about the organization’s work to hold Big Oil accountable for failing to prepare its coastal facilities for the climate impacts its polluting products have caused.
Aug 15, 2022
The way we grow our food has a big impact on our climate. Changing how we farm can help our climate rather than harm it.
Jul 11, 2022
So-called “advanced recycling” is a ruse. The term is part of a larger disinformation – or greenwashing – campaign. That campaign’s goal: to distract lawmakers and the public from real solutions to the world’s plastic crisis.