Fishermen used to go out at 5 a.m. and come home at 3 p.m.But now, Susie Arnold, a researcher at the Island Institute who works with local communities, says that fisherman are beginning to buy larger boats to make longer, even overnight, trips to where the lobsters now live.And while government climate reports recognize moving lobster fisheries as a potential issue, Maine doesn’t have any solutions in place to help the fisherman.So local communities, with the help of people at the Island Institute, are looking into other fisheries, like shellfish and seaweed aquaculture, to diversify their income if the local lobster fishery collapses.Some fishermen may adapt by diversifying, but a 2014 report from The U.S. Global Change Research Program says these climate-related changes „may push these fishermen beyond their ability to cope.“

„How to move to Canada“ skyrocketed on Google back in March following now-President-elect Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday wins.Come election night, Business Insider’s article titled „How to move to Canada and become a Canadian citizen“ topped the site, and Canada’s immigration website crashed.Whether or not Americans will actually follow through with their plans for exodus has yet to be seen, but one thing is clear: There is a strong pull among certain disenchanted Americans to seek greener pastures in the north.And brands have taken notice.Before committing to permanently relocating, Air Canada suggests you give The Great White North a test-drive first — using their airline to get there, of course.“Make it a long weekend, take a look around, try your hand at the metric system,“ the actress playing a ticket agent suggests.

Earlier year, local radio host Rob Calabrese launched the website Cape Breton If Donald Trump Wins in a bid to increase the island’s dwindling population, the Telegraph reports.The website features tons of picturesque images of the island and life there, as well as helpful how-tos and links that would help potential newcomers get situated.According to the Washington Post, by noon Wednesday, the site had seen about 40,000 visitors since Election Day 24 hours before.“If you elect to move to Canada in November, this is who you’ll probably listen to at some point along the way,“ reads the „Moving up to Canada“ playlist description on Spotify.An ad featuring the custom playlist shows a couple singing along to Flo Rida’s song „My House“ as they drive their home across the border to Canada, a story line inspired by user insight Spotify gleaned from mining its data, the Wall Street Journal reports.