When people think of New England, they think of two things: the American Revolution, and seafood.
The character of New England is forever tied to the ocean. The Hub boasts being one of America’s original port cities. From clam chowder to lobster, New Englanders have always enjoyed the benefits of a healthy, thriving marine economy.
But due to changes in the environment, those resources are increasingly threatened by a process dubbed by some scientists as the “evil twin of climate change”: ocean acidification.