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“Forever Chemical” PFAS Found in Landfill Leachate Dumped in Penobscot River

Per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large class of man-made toxic chemicals that are present in a wide variety of common materials, from fast-food wrappers to nonstick pans. These substances are often collectively referred to as “forever” chemicals because they take very long periods… Read More »“Forever Chemical” PFAS Found in Landfill Leachate Dumped in Penobscot River

State Seeks Input on what “environmental justice” means for traditional Wabanaki Territory
Written by Nickie Sekera and Mali Obomsawin

On December 7, the Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation, and the Future hosted an online “Conversation on Environmental Justice and Climate Justice in Maine.” The discussion—a result of a recent law introduced by Rep. Doudera that requires consideration of climate impacts by the Maine Public… Read More »State Seeks Input on what “environmental justice” means for traditional Wabanaki Territory
Written by Nickie Sekera and Mali Obomsawin