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Warming winters in the northeastern U.S. and the ski industry 

Warming winters in the northeastern U.S. and the ski industry 

Julie Bobyock March 16, 2021

When discussing climate change, larger concepts are often emphasized: temperature shifts, sea level rise, and more extreme weather patterns. However, changes that may occur in our daily lives and activities...

“Veganuary” and beyond

“Veganuary” and beyond

Cassie Hollasch February 1, 2021

Some people may have heard of a new internet trend called Veganuary, where anyone can participate and try to go vegan or plant-based for the month of January. It’s a sort of kickstart for veganism. Veganuary...

What to expect in the first 100 days of the Biden administration

What to expect in the first 100 days of the Biden administration

Ben MacKillop November 23, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden will take office in January with a lot of promises to keep and issues to tackle. He has pledged to undo many of Trump’s rollbacks on regulation, as well as provide swift...

On the issues: Bidens plans for office

On the issues: Biden’s plans for office

Isabelle Curtis November 23, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden may have a little over two months before he officially takes office on Jan. 20, but his team has already begun outlining plans for his first days in office.   The Biden-Harris transition website...

Warmington wins District 2 Executive Council seat

Warmington wins District 2 Executive Council seat

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020

Democrat Cinde Warmington won the race against Republican James “Jim” Beard to represent District 2 on New Hampshire’s Executive Council and is currently the sole democrat to be elected to...

Ed Markey Visits the Freedom Café and discusses the possible job creations that fighting climate change offers

Ed Markey Visits the Freedom Café and discusses the possible job creations that fighting climate change offers

Cassie Hollasch November 2, 2020

Sen. Ed Markey (Massachusetts) talked about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s plans to use the current climate change crisis to create more jobs for Americans. Markey’s message...

Feltes hosts town hall for students

Feltes hosts town hall for students

Evan Edmonds October 30, 2020

Dan Feltes, a former legal aid attorney, said this is “the most consequential election in United States history,” and told students “it’s on us” to make change. He encouraged students to vote,...

Letter to the Editor: Elizabeth Warren Understands Our Climate Crisis – She Has 13 Plans For It

Hannah Donahue February 10, 2020

To the Editor: We have been pushing our planet to the limit, and the consequences are becoming increasingly clear. For too long, politics and the media have framed climate change as a disputable subject...

Democrat Delaney talks climate change at UNH

Bret Belden November 7, 2019

Presidential candidate and former congressman John Delaney (D-MD) made an appearance on Nov. 4 as a participant in the Carsey School for Public Policy’s ongoing 2020 Presidential Primary Series....

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Advocating for climate change reform at the midterm elections

Ian Lenahan November 8, 2018

Quincy Abramson, a University of New Hampshire senior studying Italian and International Affairs, spent much of this Tuesday standing in the rain, encouraging students to vote and helping them find their...

How climate change may affect your cup of coffee

Bret Belden April 13, 2017

UNH associate professor of resource and environmental economics, Shady Atallah, gave a presentation titled, “Climate Change in Your Cup: The Bio-Economics of Shade-Grown Coffee,” in the Memorial Union...

UNH professor researches views on climate change

Bret Belden October 27, 2016

There are less than two weeks left until the 2016 Election Day. After more than a year of campaigning and billions of dollars spent, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off against each other as...

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