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We're supporting local, sustainable agriculture

Maine has so many healthy, local farms, but we import more of our food from out of state than any other state in the continental U.S. Too much of this imported food comes from big factory farms that pollute waterways, foul the air and fuel global warming. We’re working to change this by enabling Maine’s small, sustainable farms to feed more of our state.

News Release | Environment Maine

Protect South Portland Applauds South Portland City Council for Defense of Clear Skies Ordinance

South Portland--Yesterday, the U.S. District Court for Maine denied the City of South Portland’s Motion to Dismiss the lawsuit brought by the oil industry against the city’s landmark Clear Skies Ordinance, which was passed 6-1 by the City Council at the end of July 2014 with enormous public support from the citizens of South Portland.

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News Release | Environment Maine Research and Policy Center

Report: Maine wind now supplies enough energy for over 100,000 homes

BANGOR, MAINE – Wind power has grown exponentially in Maine over the last dozen years, and now supplies enough energy to power 100,000 homes, a new report from Environment Maine Research & Policy Center, released today at the Bangor City Hall, showed. Last year alone, wind turbines from Mars Hill to the Fox Islands, produced enough energy to reduce carbon pollution from 114,000 cars.

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Report | Environment Maine

Solar on Superstores

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