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Wind Power for a Cleaner America

Environment New Hampshire's report determines that wind energy in New Hampshire now displaces about the same global warming pollution each year—as much as is produced by 9,000 cars. And it conserves enough water for the use of 600 people.

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News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Northeast Governors Urged to Strengthen Climate Program

Environmental Advocates, stakeholders joined together in urging the nine Northeastern Governors to strengthen the cap on global warming emissions from power plants. Improvements to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) will reduce pollution and spur economic growth.

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News Release | Environment New Hampshire Research and Policy Center

Broad Range of Stakeholders Call on Governor to Improve Successful Clean Energy and Anti-Pollution Program

New Hampshire organizations, businesses, and officials joined two hundred fifteen others across the region in calling on Governor Lynch and other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors to build on progress reducing pollution and promoting clean energy

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More Extreme Storms Product of Global Warming, Report Says

The Laconia Citizen reports on the release of our new report "When It Rains It Pours," which confirms that the number of extreme rainstorms had doubled in the state since 1948.

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News Release | Environment New Hampshire

New Report: Extreme Downpours More than Double in New Hampshire

After this month’s microburst blew a tree into a Tilton home and damaged 15-20 cars, a new Environment New Hampshire report confirms that the number of extreme rainstorms has doubled in New Hampshire since 1948. 

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