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Déjà vu? Northern Pass is Back in the News

Anna Berry | December 13, 2022

Several media outlets have covered the Governor's comments during the election season and post-election.

Cars line up on a road with telephone poles near the road.

InDepthNH: "No Quick Fix To State’s Energy Woes"

December 12, 2022

Gov. Chris Sununu once again last week proposed a Northern Pass lite, high-voltage transmission system to bring now cheap HydroQuebec power to New Hampshire to offset spiking energy costs.

NH State House dome seen from Conservation Center in winter covered in snow.

2023 Legislative Session Outlook

Matt Leahy | December 10, 2022

Here are the issue areas we believe will be of interest to environmental protection, renewable energy, and conservation stakeholders in New Hampshire.​

Tags:
Advocacy,
Climate
Canadian geese find open water at Lake Massabesic on an early spring day in March.

Study Finds Warming Winters Present a Serious Threat to Water Quality

Matt Leahy | November 27, 2022

The report found that climate change has increased cold season snowmelt, the amount of winter precipitation falling as rain, and the frequency of rain-on-snow precipitation events.

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Advocacy,
Climate

Colebrook's News and Sentinel: "No, governor: A North Country view"

November 25, 2022

Now that he’s not a candidate … and therefore we’re not violating our policy against promoting or disparaging candidates, it’s time to sound off a little about New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu.

Two people walk through autumn woods.

Report Highlights Outdoor Recreation’s Economic Contributions

Matt Leahy | November 21, 2022

The report estimates New Hampshire saw $2.6 billion in value added from the outdoor recreation sector in 2021.

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Advocacy