Boston Harbor's Islands, created at the end of the Ice Age and inhabited for over twelve thousand years, are now one of the most endangered places on the planet.  The Boston Globe reports this morning on the currently losing battle to combat the effects of climate change on the Islands which are unique in the western hemisphere.  One of the fronts in this battle is the Stone Living Lab (www.stonelivinglab.org).  I've been proud to join my Boston Harbor Now colleagues in advising the climate warriors at the Stone Living Lab as they negotiate the regulatory shoals that make their essential work harder than it should be.  We urgently need 21st century environmental regulations to attack the 21st century challenge of a GHG supercharged climate.  Whether the Boston Harbor Islands and much of the rest of the coast of the Commonwealth survive depend on it.