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For two N.H. kids, collecting frog eggs leads to published research paper

Ava and Izzy Calsbeek, two sisters from Hanover, N.H., published their research on wood frog eggs with their dad.

Jeongyoon Han - 02-01-2023

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Electric School Buses Can Fight – or Further — Inequity in the US

Students from low-income and communities of color — ride diesel-powered buses that regularly expose them to toxic fumes....

Elizabeth Moses - 02-01-2023

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US Emissions of the World’s Most Potent Greenhouse Gas Are 56 Percent Higher Than EPA Estimates, a New Study Shows

Electric utilities are likely responsible for the nation’s higher than expected emissions of sulfur hexafluoride.

Phil McKenna - 02-01-2023

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Greener School Playgrounds Are An Overlooked Climate Solution

Sustainable playgrounds are not talked about enough.

Nexus Media - 02-01-2023

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Study: Vermont, New Hampshire almost opposite on climate action policy

Vermont and New Hampshire emerged as almost opposites when it comes to climate action, according to a new UNH study.

Kevin Gaiss - 01-24-2023

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Analyzing climate trends that could affect winter in New Hampshire

The Storm Watch 9 team is following local and global trends that could affect the season in New Hampshire.

Storm Watch 9 Team - 01-24-2023

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A zero emissions future without the mining boom

A new report finds that the U.S. can reduce lithium demand by up to 90 percent.

Blanca Berget & Laylla Younes - 01-24-2023

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Can cities eliminate heat-related deaths in a warming world? Phoenix is trying.

Phoenix hopes a new Office of Heat Response can move fast enough to counter the impacts of deadly heat.

Emma Loewe - 01-24-2023

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Blueberries need cold winters

Bill Bartlett and his wife have owned Bartlett’s Blueberry Farm for 38 years. Climate change is hurting their business.

Mara Hoplamazian - 01-17-2023

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The zero-fare public transit movement is picking up momentum

Washington, D.C., is poised to be the next major city to nix bus fares as the zero-fare transit movement picks up speed....

Rebecca Piccioto - 01-17-2023

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We need a lot more electricians

A shortage of skilled labor could derail efforts to "electrify everything."

Emily Pontecorvo - 01-17-2023

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How to Navigate EV Charging Rebates and Successfully Fund Your Home Charging Station

The convenience of charging your electric vehicle (EV) at home makes right now an ideal time to go electric.

Darya Oreizi - 01-17-2023

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Heatflation, overshoot, soup throwers: Grist’s picks for words of the year

10 terms and phrases that defined our sweltering climate in 2022.

Kate Yoder - 01-10-2023

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2022 was devastatingly hot. 2023 could be even worse.

Last year was one of the hottest on record, even though a major climate pattern was cooling the Earth.

Dharna Noor - 01-10-2023

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A New EPA Proposal is Reigniting a Debate About What Counts as ‘Renewable’

The EPA has proposed new standards for how much of the nation’s fuel supply should come from renewable sources. 

John McCracken - 01-10-2023

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Warm weather and rain bring tough snow season for NH skiers, snowshoers and others

Warm temperatures and rainy days have created difficult conditions this winter for Granite Staters.

Mara Hoplamazian and Josh Rogers - 01-10-2023

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Granite Geek: Technology helps the maple industry cope with climate change

If you’re looking for an industry that is adapting to the pain that accompanies climate change, take a walk in a forest

David Brooks - 01-10-2023

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Analyzing climate trends that could affect New Hampshire's winter

The Storm Watch 9 team is following local and global trends that could affect winter in New Hampshire.

Jacqueline Thomas - 01-03-2023

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9 climate change apps that could help you live greener in 2023

These nine apps offer tips, resources and motivation to help users be better climate citizens in the coming year.

Brooke Staggs - 01-03-2023

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Renewables are likely to provide 25% of US electricity in 2023 Solar power provided just 1% of country's total in 2016

Renewable sources accounted for nearly one-quarter of the nation’s electrical generation in the first 10 months of 2022

Kelly Pickerel - 01-03-2023

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Shifting gears: why US cities are falling out of love with the parking lot

Cities are loosening rules on building parking spots with new buildings

Oliver Milman - 01-03-2023

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Chimney sweeps are in hot demand as some turn to wood stoves with an expensive heating season

Two in five New Hampshire residents use heating oil, which has hit a three decade high.

Mara Hoplamazian - 12-29-2022

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In another effort to shut down Bow coal plant, activists stop train in Massachusetts

One of the protestors said the demonstration was also about the rights of rail workers.

Mara Hoplamazian - 12-29-2022

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Five climate New Year’s resolutions to make in 2023 - The Boston Globe

Five climate New Year’s resolutions to make in 2023.

Dharna Noor & Sabrina Shankman - 12-29-2022

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Overcoming Colonial Thinking to Connect With Life - Resilience

"Many of these projects are very innovative...but as I hear them, the absence of life (and reverence for it) looms loud"...

Madelaine Ley - 12-29-2022

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Tips for reducing your carbon footprint over the holidays

"The reduce, reuse, recycle mantra also remains true for real Christmas trees"

CBC Radio - 12-21-2022

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A new book details how disaster insurance can enhance climate and financial resilience for homes and neighborhoods - Brookings Institution

A new book details how disaster insurance can enhance climate and financial resilience for homes and neighborhoods  

Jenny Schuetz - 12-21-2022

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‘Embrace history’: UN environment chief calls for immediate action on Cop15 deal

Inger Andersen said we must not ‘pause for a second’ as we ‘change the relationship between people and nature’

Patrick Greenfield - 12-21-2022

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‘Crucial’ Cop15 deal includes target to protect 30% of nature on Earth by 2030

Environmental groups and ministers have praised the ambition of the agreement.

Phoebe Weston and Patrick Greenfield - 12-21-2022

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Who Were the Worst Climate Polluters in the US in 2021?

U.S. greenhouse gas emissions climbed by 4.1 percent from major industrial sources in 2021 according to the EPA.

Phil McKenna - 11-21-2022

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More than 30 climate activists behind bars in UK during Cop27

More than 30 climate activists were behind bars in UK prisons during COP27.

Damien Gayle - 11-21-2022

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Science Day at COP27 Shows That Climate Talks Aren’t Keeping Pace With Planetary Physics

A new report warns that the “myth of adaptation” is putting millions of people at risk.

Bob Berwyn - 11-14-2022

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New EPA Proposal to Augment Methane Regulations Would Help Achieve an 87% Reduction From the Oil and Gas Industry by 2030

Steep reductions methane emissions are among the most important steps for slowing climate change in the short term.

Phil McKenna - 11-14-2022

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Microgrids Link Clean Energy and Mobility

Resilient microgrids can be the key to linking renewables, EVs and advanced software systems.

GreenBiz - 11-14-2022

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Countries Want to Plant Trees to Offset Their Carbon Emissions, but There Isn’t Enough Land on Earth to Grow Them

Researchers say we can’t plant our way out of global warming—and it’s disingenuous to pretend that we can.

Katie Surma - 11-07-2022

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Plug-In Hybrids, Best of Both Worlds

After owning 2 hybrid cars, I decided I wanted to get a Plug-In hybrid. So I gave my old Prius to my daughter, and bough...

Jim Pyle - 11-29-2020

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Y BUY GAS: Talking Electric Vehicles with Deb Chisholm, Waterways Manager

As the effects of climate change are becoming more and more difficult to ignore, many people are eager to find ways to b...

City of Nashua - 10-08-2020

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When Life Gives You Plastic...

Now that grocery stores and other vendors are no longer permitting customers to bring in their reusable bags (for hygeni...

Sylvie Stewart - 05-25-2020

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Victory Gardens for 2020

During this uncertain time one thing is certain and that is an increased interests in gardening all over the United Stat...

Doria Brown - 05-14-2020