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As carbon pricing picks up around the globe, lawmakers urge NH to get on board

If the New Hampshire Legislature passes House Bill 1486, the state would be required to consider proxy carbon prices in its spending decisions relative to transportation and buildings.
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New Hampshire's primary once pushed GOP to action on acid rain. Climate change is another story

Three decades ago, Republicans in New Hampshire’s primary rallied around solving acid rain. Now, the presidential contenders dismiss climate change.
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Climate change impacting Lake Winnipesaukee ice-out and ice-in dates

Climate change is impacting weather patterns all around us, including milestones at Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire's largest body of water.

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Advocates fear N.H. clean energy proposal would pit nuclear against solar, wind

Climate and clean energy advocates in New Hampshire say a pending proposal to define nuclear power as clean energy could undercut solar and wind power in the state.

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New Hampshire utilities voice support for solar net metering

Utilities say the state’s net metering policy is balanced and effective, and that there’s no evidence of unjustified cost-shifting.
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Museum tries to keep history above water in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Rising seas and extreme storms are putting centuries-old buildings at risk at the Strawbery Banke Museum.
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Dartmouth researchers study how climate change could affect waterways

As the climate changes, New Hampshire is getting warmer and wetter. A new study from Dartmouth shows how that could impact local waterways — and how much there still is to learn.

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