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Using water quality data collected by the Coalition, scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have uncovered another reason to reduce nitrogen pollution in Buzzards Bay­: nitrogen makes coastal waters more acidic, posing a threat to the region’s shellfish industry as well as important Bay habitats.

What’s more, it’s a problem that is getting worse due to climate change.

We get it: When temperatures drop, you might spend a bit more of your week inside than outside. But when cabin fever strikes, there’s no better way to chase off winter’s chill than with some time spent outdoors.

They keep losing, but that hasn’t stopped the oil industry from trying to undo the Massachusetts Oil Spill Prevention Act (MOSPA). For the 4th time in a little more than a decade, the Coalition has assisted in successfully defending Buzzards Bay’s hallmark protection law.

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