Researcher, activist to discuss findings on pipeline

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A student researcher and a climate activist who have traversed sections of the Portland-to-Montreal pipeline are ready to discuss what they have seen.

Environmental organizer Brett Chamberlin and Kaity Thomson, a University of New Hampshire student with a fellowship with the National Wildlife Federation, will participate in an event Monday at Bug Light Park in South Portland, Maine.

Thomson has been studying ecosystems at risk of contamination from a possible spill along the pipeline, which passes through Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

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