New Hampshire Network

Environment • Energy • Climate

Our Vision

Knowing  that New Hampshire can do a better job of meeting the threats of climate change, and seeing the opportunities that new technologies present, our network is pressing for immediate transition to a clean, fair energy system and for strong protection of our shared environment.

Our Mission

Our mission is to foster clean, cost-effective investments and environmentally responsible policies, laws and regulations, making New Hampshire a leader rather than a laggard in addressing pollution and climate change. 

Our Values

Our non-partisan network works to equip a diverse spectrum of New Hampshire citizens to achieve equitable energy and environmental policies for a clean, resilient and economically affordable future.

Working Groups and Active Projects

Highlighting environment and climate issues while informing NH citizens and legislators about climate challenges in our state.

Learn how to put the New Hampshire Resolution to Take Action on Climate Pollution on your town's next warrant via citizens' petition as has been done in 45 NH towns.

Optimizing NH Network internal communications and external communications among environment, energy, and climate groups in New Hampshire.


The Communications Working Group organizes and promotes our educational and networking events, provides regular updates of meetings and action ideas, and maintains a calendar of our activities and those of our partners.

Sharing resources and expertise while working to shape legislative and regulatory strategy related to NH energy issues. 

Current bills of interest and how to take action and have your voice heard.

Highlighting and championing environmental opportunity and resilience through cross-sector partnerships.


Working for legislation and education on rethinking plastics and petrochemicals.

A campaign to help individuals, organizations, and communities to rethink plastic.

Accomplishments

NH Network Plastics Working Group and the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Toolkit mentioned in the DES Biennial Solid Waste Report.

Questions?

Contact newhampshirenetwork@gmail.com to get more information or to join us.

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