News Release | Environment New Hampshire

House Subcommittee Guts Parks, Clean Water, and Climate Protections

Yesterday, the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies moved to slash the FY 2014 Interior and Environment Appropriations budget by 18 percent. 

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Congratulations Gina McCarthy, Our New U.S. EPA Administrator

The U.S. Senate confirmed Gina McCarthy yesterday as administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. New Hampshire Senators Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen voted to confirm Ms. McCarthy. The confirmation came just weeks after President Obama instructed EPA to cut carbon pollution from power plants as part of his plan to fight global warming. 

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Hampshire Groups Hold News Conference In Support of New Carbon Pollution Standard and Applaud President

Today, a coalition of New Hampshire groups, businesses and elected officials supporting federal clean air and climate change safeguards held a news conference, to highlight the support of Granite Staters for the historic Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) carbon pollution standard for power plants announced by President Obama this week.   

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

President Obama’s Climate Plan a Clear Victory for New Hampshire, Future Generations

Today, President Obama announced a climate plan that will set limits on carbon pollution from power plants, advance energy efficiency and increase the nation’s commitment to renewable energy. 

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Experts Gather in Keene For Climate Forum To Examine Why President and Other Leaders Aren’t Moving on Climate Solutions

Small business leaders, scientists and environmental advocates got together this afternoon in Keene, New Hampshire to examine the local impacts of climate change and to discuss why Granite Staters are still waiting for a climate solution from the President and Administration officials charged with protecting clean air and public health, not to mention Congress. 

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