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1 New Hope For N.H.'s Great Bay As Towns, Scientists Begin Collaborating On Restoration
2 NHPR's New Podcast 'Windfall' Dives Into The Birth Of The U.S. Offshore Wind Industry
3 Pandemic Sparks Innovation At N.H.'s Influential Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
4 Up Close With Saint-Gobain's New PFAS Chemical Treatment System In Merrimack
5 Branching Out: Novel Tree Syrups Could Make Forests, Farmers More Resilient
6 As Climate Change Drives Migration To N.H., Towns Face Tension And Opportunity
7 As Offshore Wind Industry Nears N.H., Potential New Workers Show Interest
8 Hampton Beach Seeks Expert Input On Coastal Resilience Master Plan
9 Carbon Pricing in New Hampshire | New Hampshire Public Radio
10 As Climate Change Drives Droughts, Water Conservation & Infrastructure Become Key
11 Protesters Defend Their Actions in 2019 Climate Change Demonstration at N.H. Coal Plant
12 'It's My Future': A New Generation Of Young Climate Activists Takes The Helm In New Hampshire
13 Pandemic Complicates N.H. Cities' Plans For Dealing With Climate Change-Driven Heat Waves
14 N.H. Road Crews Work Through Another Wave Of Smoky Haze From Western Wildfires
15 Divide On Climate Change Policy In Race For Governor Puts N.H. At Crossroads
16 Nuclear Regulators Investigate Delayed Seabrook Upgrade | New Hampshire Public Radio
17 State Consent Decree Gives Saint-Gobain More Time For PFAS Upgrades At Merrimack Factory
18 How Risk From Climate Change Will Reshape Flood Insurance In N.H. and New England
19 N.H. Summer Weather Swings Strain Ecosystems And Animals
20 State Emissions Commission Finds Little Consensus, As Political Debate On Climate Change Heats Up
21 5 Things The UN Climate Change Report Means For NH | New Hampshire Public Radio
22 Petition Asks Sununu For Exec. Order Telling N.H. Utilities To Invest In Offshore Wind Energy
23 Federal Grant Will 'Green Up' Banks of Merrimack River To Guard Against Floods, Pollution
24 EPA Says Coakley Landfill 'Impacted' Some Nearby Wells; PFAS Chemicals Found In Superfund's Cap
25 Study: Climate Change Will Bring Heat To N.H. That Hurts Outdoor Workers And Wages
26 N.H. News Recap For July 30, 2021: Climate Change, COVID-19 And Competition
27 Could Rolling Blackouts Happen In New England?
28 Protesters Rally Against Proposed Casella Landfill At Wetlands Permit Hearing In North Country
29 Leachate Spill Under Investigation At Bethlehem Landfill Could Be Largest In N.H.
30 State Says Casella Fell Short On Preventing Major Landfill Leachate Spill In Bethlehem, N.H.
31 Locals Bristle As Out-of-Towners Fleeing Virus Hunker Down In New Hampshire Homes
32 N.H. Energy Siting Board Will Not Review Milford Solar Project
33 Water Restrictions Spread In Southern N.H., As North Country Re-enters Drought
34 As New Hampshire Enters Extreme Drought, Officials Urge Water Conservation
35 Delayed State Decision On Energy Efficiency Stalls Rebate Programs
36 Collaboration On Restoration Of N.H.'s Great Bay Could Serve As Regional Model
37 Windfall: The Birth of a New American Industry
38 Federal Energy Jobs Report: N.H. Efficiency Sector Took Big Hit During Pandemic
39 Climate Change Brings More Summer Heat Stress To New Hampshire And Its Infrastructure
40 Study: Droughts Raise Risk Of Arsenic In Private Wells
41 Concord Sets Rain Record For July, While Drought Remains In North Country
42 Wildfire isn't Unique to the West: A Forgotten History and A Warning
43 Earth Day 2021: Fighting Climate Change Around New England
44 Residents Facing Water Stress Due To Drought Urged To Use State Aid Program
45 State Says It Fell Short On Required Notice Of Potential Water Contamination Around Saint-Gobain
46 Windfall: The Transition To A Renewable Economy | New Hampshire Public Radio
47 Warming Climate Amplifies The Risks Of Wildfire Season
48 Casella Applies For State Wetlands Permit To Build North Country Landfill
49 Water Use Restrictions Due To Severe Drought Now Cover Quarter Of All N.H. Residents
50 The Warming Climate Is Sparking Wildfires On The East Coast
51 Pioneering UNH Study Finds Drought May Limit Tree Growth
52 Amtrak Would Greatly Expand New England Train Service With Biden Infrastructure Plan
53 The N.H. News Recap For Aug. 13, 2021: Climate Change, 2020 Census Data And More
54 Federal Ruling Due In January On Management Of Seabrook Nuclear Plant's Concrete
55 A Former Mill Town Takes Control Of The Future Of Its Power Supply
56 N.H. Senate Votes Down Bill To Ban Landfills Near State Parks
57 N.H. Farmers Take Stock Of The Past Year And Prepare For Drought Conditions
58 Pandemic Sparks Innovation At N.H.’s Influential Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
59 Climate Change Concerns Prompt Americans To Consider Relocating
60 N.H. Just Had One Of Its Warmest Summers On Record
61 Work Begins On 'All Persons' Nature Trail In Manchester Cedar Swamp
62 Portsmouth Council May Postpone Its Ban On Single-Use Plastics Due To Pandemic
63 Young Climate Activists
64 Advocates Applaud New EPA Permit For State Fish Hatchery Accused Of River Pollution
65 Lawsuit Aims To Block New N.H. Landfill Permits Under Outdated Trash Plan
66 Former Chemical Lobbyist, Trump EPA Official Confirmed As Second-Ranking N.H. Enviro. Regulator
67 High Tide Flooding, Familiar To N.H. Coast, Is Increasing Faster Across the U.S.
68 EPA Finalizes Major Water Permit For Great Bay Towns
69 Worsening N.H. Drought Strains Rivers, Water Wells And Farmers
70 By Degrees: How Do Climate Justice and Racial Justice Intersect?
71 Winnipesaukee Ice-Out Continues Trending Earlier Amid Climate Change
72 Rep. Kuster Proposes Billions For National Hydropower Upgrades, Dam Repair And Removal
73 Sununu's Budget Would Fund Pollution Upgrades At Troubled State Fish Hatchery
74 Zoning To Oppose Casella Landfill Plan Divides Small North Country Town
75 N.H. Advocates Say Trump Reversals Are A Start, But Expect Biden To Do Much More
76 Windfall: Can Offshore Wind Co-Exist With Calamari?
77 Towns Plan For Climate Migrants Escaping Rising Seas And Heat
78 How Climate Change Is Shaping The Race For New Hampshire Governor
79 Flooding Damages Roads, Houses In Southwestern NH | New Hampshire Public Radio
80 N.H. Offshore Wind Advocates See Key Market Signal in Vineyard Wind Approval
81 New Hope For N.H.'s Great Bay As Towns, Scientists Begin Collaborating On Restoration
82 State Republicans, Looking For Footing, See Hope In N.H. Primary Rally Cry
83 Citing Costs and Changing Audience
84 As Summer Nears, Seacoast Grapples With Extended COVID-19 Beach Closures
85 'It Can Happen Here': N.H. Faces High Wildfire Risk Amid Climate Catastrophe in West
86 Where They Stand: Climate Anxiety Persists On N.H. Campaign Trail As Candidates Tout Big Plans
87 To Understand Great Bay's Decline (and How to Stop It), Start on the Water
88 Three Storms, A Bucket, A Stress Test: 10 Years Later, What Tropical Storm Irene Says About Climate Change In N.H. Now
89 Daring Or Bold? N.H.'s New State Spider Tends To Hide From Humans
90 Plan For Cell Tower On Sununu Family-Owned Land Near National Forest Draws Pushback
91 Annie Ropeik | 90.1 FM WABE
92 Not Just Wildfire: The Growing Ripple Effects Of More Extreme Heat And Drought : Consider This from NPR
93 Hot Out There: High Temps Cause Heat Advisory, Early Release For Some N.H. Schools
94 What's Next For N.H. Timber As Biomass Power Plants Close?
95 Why Wildfire Is Not Just A Western Problem : Consider This from NPR
96 N.H. Factories Invest (And Use Less) To Save On Energy Costs
97 It's Hot! Another Weekend Heat Wave Ahead For New Hampshire
98 Early Toxic Algae Blooms Prompt Warnings For N.H. Lake Beaches
99 State Orders Saint Gobain to Install Air Pollution Controls at Merrimack Plant
100 Focused On Climate, And Social Distancing, Shaheen Returns to N.H. Campaign Trail