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A woman wearing a green jacket stands at the front of a classroom next to a model of the human body.
Ari Snider
During public testimony on Tuesday, foreign-trained medical professionals and others urged lawmakers to form a committee to look into potential fixes.
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Green burials are growing in popularity in New England and nationwide as more people consider their carbon footprint in their daily lives – and long after they’re gone.
Maine residents are installing more heat pumps and solar panels — one major challenge in building the state's clean energy workforce is how long it will take to train everyone.
Even with today's technological advances, hand measurements by volunteer observers are still the most efficient, cost-effective way to collect day-to-day weather data.
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Tuesday—We'll learn about phenology in Maine and ways that people can help study seasonal cues in nature—and how they're affected by climate change