Tag Archives | climate change

“Party for the Planet” this Wednesday at Redhook Brewery!

StampStampede.org founder Ben Cohen will “Party for the Planet” with the Green Alliance at Redhook Brewery in Portsmouth this Wednesday, April 22 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The party follows an “Earth Day Clean Up” organized by the Green Alliance, which will be held earlier in the day. The Green Alliance represents over 100 green-certified Business Partners and 4,000 community members, […]

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First 100 Days Of Mitch McConnell Senate Leadership Excludes Action On Climate 

Sen McConnell to the Granite State:  Ignore the Clean Air Act   CONCORD, NH – Senator Mitch McConnell, the US Senate Majority Leader, recently sent a letter to New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan to ignore requirements to develop a state specific implementation plan to reduce climate change pollution. New Hampshire groups applauded the response of […]

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New Poll: New Hampshire Voters Want Senator-Elect Shaheen to Tackle Climate Crisis

Survey Shows Strong Support for Clean Energy and the Clean Power Plan See The Results Here Washington, D.C. – Today, the Sierra Club released the results of a new post-election poll conducted by Hart Research Associates showing that, regardless of whom they voted for, New Hampshire voters who participated in the 2014 midterms want the […]

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NH Advocates Praise President Obama’s New Carbon Pollution Standards

New Hampshire Groups Hold News Conference In Support of New Carbon Pollution Standard and Applaud President for “Backing Up His Strong Words With Strong Action.” Concord, NH – 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 […]

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Need. More. Snow.

(Forecast for 3-5 in Concord Wednesday but we need more than that!) Climate change has a direct economic impact on the state of New Hampshire. Coming off of the warmest year on record, and an unseasonably warm January, the small businesses that depend on winter tourism and snow related service and maintenance are suffering for a second year in […]

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Al Gore is still fat

Short diary from the wonderful iPad we won in the NHPR raffle, now my connection to the Internet since the cable is down.  Steve Benen notes that the right wing apparently only understands the concept of warm/cold, and has no idea of how precipitation works in relationship to the ability of warmer air to hold […]

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