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The State of Maine’s Environment is a series of reports written by the Colby Environmental Policy Group, a group of senior environmental policy majors at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. This is the seventh State of Maine’s Environment report created by students enrolled in ES 493: Environmental Policy Practicum.
The State of Maine’s Environment 2012 report examines four topics of importance to Maine: Large Landscape Conservation, Energy Infrastructure, Industrial Hazardous Waste, and Certification Schemes. For each issue, we explore the history and current state of the topic, the laws and regulations which directly influence it, the stakeholders involved involved in the area, and future scenarios and implications of our findings. We conclude each chapter with recommendations based on our analyses.
To download the completed hard copy of the report (as pdf) see: State of Maine’s Environment 2012
To learn more about the authors, see our bios on the About Us page.