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    “Paris to Pittsburgh” Embraces Climate Change Solutions (Nat Geo TV)
    A documentary film by National Geographic Television celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. The work of youth climate justice organization Zero Hour, including member Iris Fen Gillingham ’22, is featured. Watch it here!
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    Maine Voices: Time to Cut Down on Unlimited Swipes in College Dining Halls (PPH)
    The way we approach our food systems and our daily meals should be considered a vital part of the undergraduate curriculum, writes College of the Atlantic President Darron Collins ’92. “Unlimited access to comfort foods might be enticing, but I find it misguided. We should be inspiring prospective students with how food is grown, prepared and consumed.”
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    Modern Agriculture Programs in Maine Emphasize Food Production Science, Policy (BDN)
    In a field where upcoming generations of farmers once learned farming from their parents and grandparents directly on the land, more and more future farmers and food systems policy makers are enrolling in Maine post-secondary degree programs, such as those at College of the Atlantic, focusing on agriculture, food sovereignty and sustainable growing.
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    Climate Change will Impact the Older Population, Future Generations Most [Herald Palladium]
    The speed of change sunk home recently while planning a vacation to the Gulf of Maine: that northern strip of New England coast from Cape Anne, just north of Boston, to the northern tip of Maine and southern tip of Nova Scotia. College of the Atlantic professor John Anderson points out the Gulf of Maine is warming faster than any similar body of water in the world.

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