Follow the links below to find out more about the stories you discovered on the Blue Impact mobile tour.


Eve Mosher: High Water Line
A New York-based artist walked 70 miles along the Atlantic coast with a chalk marker, indicating the projected sea level rise

The Walking School Bus
A community effort to reduce carbon emissions by encouraging groups of children to walk to school instead of taking the bus


One Block off the Grid

Bringing together large groups of people who want to convert to solar power at an affordable price

Environmental Monitors on Lobster Traps
A collaboration between New England Fishermen and scientists using lobster traps to understand how climate change is affecting lobsters
Whale-Friendly Lobster: Massachusetts Lobstermen
Massachusetts Lobstermen using special sinking ropes that elimate the risk of entanglement for the endangered North Atlantic right whale

The New England Aquarium Ocean-Friendly Seafood List

Seafood choices that are caught or farmed in a way that causes minimal harm to other species and the ocean environment

Phoenix Islands
The largest marine protected area in the world, protected with the help of a coalition of organizations lead by the New England Aquarium
Energy Smackdown
An innovative community outreach project that challenges and supports participating individuals, households and organizations to reduce carbon emissions in a fun and competitive way