News Release | Environment New Hampshire

205 New Hampshire Small Businesses Call for Action on Global Warming

PORTSMOUTH, NH - Today, Environment New Hampshire delivered overwhelming public support for stopping global warming -- including a letter (below) signed by 205 small businesses in New Hampshire -- to U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH). 

 

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Hampshire Urged to Strengthen Cap on Climate-Altering Carbon Pollution

CONCORD—Today, Environment New Hampshire joined other environmental, public health and business organizations in urging state officials to strengthen the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a program designed to limit climate-altering pollution from power plants. At a public hearing on proposed amendments to the program, organizations including ENE (Environment Northeast) and Conservation Law Foundation highlighted the success of the program to date and the need for continued action.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Climate Science Report Shows that Reducing Global Warming Pollution Is Urgent

Today, further solidifying the need to cut carbon and tackle global warming to protect future generations, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change officially released their latest report on global warming, which provides powerful evidence that reducing emissions of climate-changing pollution is critically important and urgent.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

No New Dirty Power Plants under EPA standard

On the heels of the third largest wildfire in California history and devastating, record-breaking floods in Colorado, the Obama administration proposed a major new rule today to curb the carbon pollution spewing from power plants that fuels global warming. Scientists warn that without major reductions in carbon pollution, extreme weather will become even more frequent and severe.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Obama Administration Should Use Sound Science to Protect New Hampshire’s Waterways

Today the Obama administration has taken a significant step forward in clarifying the science connecting America’s waterways and the drinking water for millions across the country. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board released a report today, Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters: A Review and Synthesis of the Scientific Evidence, which reviews the scientific literature outlining the impact that small waterways have on larger bodies of water downstream.

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