NEW ENGLAND is not immune to the global ecological crises of climate change and biodiversity loss, which both threaten human health and safety. With little time to act, we are racing to make up for decades of inaction and are leaning heavily on technology and intervention, from industrial-scale wind generation on mountain ridgelines and off our coasts, to large solar installations and electric transportation. Corresponding efforts are underway to reverse the decline of wildlife by evolving forestry and farming to support native species while actively managing for invasive species.

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