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House Committee hears support for climate action bill
Making Your Voice Heard – The NH Network: Environment, Energy, Climate
by Darla Thyng, MD for the New Hampshire Union Leader. Published November 15, 2022
TWO PROGRAMS ON ENERGY AND CLIMATE HIGHLIGHT ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
By HB News Team for the HOLLIS BROOKLINE NEWS ONLINE. Mon, Oct 21, 2022
The new New Hampshire Climate Assessment is now published!
NETWORKING FOR A SUSTAINABLE NEW HAMPSHIRE: WHAT WE CAN DO TOGETHER
HOLLIS BROOKLINE NEWS ONLINE. TUE, JUNE 14, 2022
Opinion: Marine plastic pollution – we aren’t off the hook yet
NH NETWORK OFFERING PROGRAM TO AID IN DEVELOPING COMMUNITY POWER PROGRAMS
By HB News Team for the HOLLIS BROOKLINE NEWS ONLINE. Wed, Apr 27, 2022
Upcoming Climate Report Paints Sobering Picture for New Hampshire
By ROBERT BLECHI for the Caledonian Record. Published March 24, 2022
IS NET ZERO BY 2050 POSSIBLE? WE HAVE OPTIONS BUT TIME IS RUNNING OUT!
Opinion: HR 17 ignores global trends, local benefits of carbon cash-back
By JOHN GAGE for the Concord Monitor. Published March 20, 2022.
Climatologists warn Granite State about future climate trends in 2022 climate assessment
By Scott Cook for WMUR. Published March 15, 2022.
Preparing for the New Normals in New Hampshire’s Climate
News Release in InDepthNH.org . Published March 1, 2022.
Rethink Plastic Campaign
By NICOLE S. COLSON for the Keene Sentinel ELF pages 6-7. Published 2/17/2022.
The NH Network's Plastics Work Group began in August of 2021. The group has been collaborating, with guidance from Community Action Works, on a statewide campaign to inspire and support NH citizens to take action on rethinking plastic and reducing plastic waste.
Everyone—individuals, groups, communities—can participate in the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Campaign. Come to the Toolkit rollout Zoom event, which will include speakers and a tour of the Toolkit, on February 7th from 6:30-8:00 pm. Register to receive the link. More detailed information is on the Events section of this website.
NH’S ENERGY LANDSCAPE IS CHANGING – DURHAM HAS BECOME A FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY POWER COALITION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE – An upcoming energy workshop is scheduled for interested residents.
Mention of the NH Network by TODD I. SELIG in Durham, NH's Friday Updates. Published December 22, 2021.
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Sentinel Editorial: Pull switch; The PUC is under fire for favoring business interests over, well, everyone else
By PATRICIA MARTIN for the Keene Sentinel. Published: 12/15/21
Styrofoam recycling event in Lebanon packs in the people getting rid of unwanted packing material
New Hampshire Representatives Kat McGhee and Lee Oxenham, and Senator David Watters, discuss the Sununu Administration's failure to take action to lower energy costs for NH residents.
October 28, 2021
The hosts highlight the purpose of the NH Network and how NH's climate and energy policy is behind other states in New England. Then listen to an excerpt from the second New Hampshire Network Summit, held on Saturday, September 18th, 2021 with guest speaker Maine State Rep. Lydia Blume. Rep. Blume presents a successful model for climate and energy action and shares what our neighboring state of Maine has accomplished.
All the “Rs” of Solid Waste Management: Rethink Waste
By PATRICIA BEFFA-NEGRINI for the NH Healthcare Workers for Climate Action Blog. Published January 24, 2022.