News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Climate Science Report Warns of Increased Risk, Need for Action


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change officially released its latest report on global warming yesterday. The report adds to the ever-growing body of evidence that action on to limit carbon pollution is urgently needed – and without it, risk to future generations will only continue to grow. Madeline Page, Federal Field Associate with Environment New Hampshire issued the following statement in response:

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EPA Proposes Biggest Step for Clean Water in Decade

Today, in the biggest step forward for clean water in more than a decade, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule to close loopholes in the Clean Water Act that leave 55% of New Hampshire’s streams and millions of acres of wetlands at risk of unchecked pollution and development. 

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New Hampshire’s Clean Energy Programs Avoided 62,000 Cars’ Worth of Pollution in 2012

As public concern about extreme weather ramps up, New Hampshire is proving that we can win the fight against global warming. Clean energy policies, such as New Hampshire’s renewable electricity standard and participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), are significantly cutting emissions of carbon pollution – the leading cause of global warming – according to a new report by Environment New Hampshire Research & Policy Center. 

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Global Warming has Winter Games Skating on Thin Ice

As the world turns its attention to the Sochi Olympic Games, Environment New Hampshire revealed a summary of global warming impacts on Winter Olympic sports, highlighting the need to act urgently to reduce the carbon pollution fueling global warming.

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Failure of the Wind Moratorium Bill

CONCORD, NH – Today, the New Hampshire House rejected House Bill 580, which would place a moratorium on wind projects in the state by a vote of 194-148.

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