News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Hampshire clean air groups deliver 8 millionth comment to clean up power plants

As the public comment period on the Clean Power Plan closes today, New Hampshire groups supporting climate action joined colleagues from around the country to deliver a symbolic “8 millionth” comment supporting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards to reduce carbon pollution from power plants.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Hampshire Urges Action on Climate

Concord, NH – Today, New Hampshire, along with 13 other states, praised the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, a proposed rule to clean up global warming pollution from power plants. Power plants are the largest source of the carbon pollution fueling global warming, accounting for about 40 percent of total emissions. The EPA Clean Power Plan will set the first federal limit on such pollution.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Hampshire Attorney General Defends EPA Action on Climate

On Monday evening, Attorney General Joseph Foster joined 13 additional states and the District of Columbia to stand up for new EPA regulations on global warming pollution. The attorneys general jointly filed a brief with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, defending EPA against an attack launched by Murray Energy Corporation, a coal-mining company. Travis Madsen, State Global Warming Campaign Director for Environment New Hampshire, issued the following statement applauding the states for their leadership.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Environment New Hampshire Endorses Candidates for 2014 Elections

Environment New Hampshire, a statewide environmental organization, announced today the endorsement of three candidates for federal office in the 2014 elections.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Power Plants Responsible for Almost 30 Percent of New Hampshire’s Global Warming Pollution

As international leaders prepare for the United Nations Climate Summit next week in New York, a new study shows that U.S. power plants produced more carbon pollution in 2012 than the entire economies of Russia, India, Japan or any other nation besides China. Advocates at Environment New Hampshire pointed to the data to support proposed limits on carbon pollution from power plants.

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