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A recent study published in Science has found that excessive nutrient enrichment is likely to increase in the continental United States, due to changes in weather patterns as a result of climate change. This climate change induced precipitation could boost nitrogen run off as much as 20% over the next century. These reduced levels of […]
New Hampshire State Senator Martha Fuller Clark published a joint op-ed with Rebecca Hamilton, family owner and vice president of the W.S. Badger Company, on the importance of carbon pricing options to address climate change. Below is an excerpt from the column: A carbon reduction investment study, such as the one proposed in Senate Bill 123, […]
Summary: The National Caucus of Environmental Legislators (NCEL) seeks a highly motivated individual who will support organizational communications, fundraising, and program initiatives. The Program Associate will report directly to the Executive Director and Program Director. NCEL is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working with environmentally-committed state lawmakers to advance pro-environment initiatives and defend against the rollback […]
An Act relative to creating energy jobs in Massachusetts, H3473, has a hearing scheduled on 7/18/17 from 10:30 am – 1 pm. The bill, authored by Representative Solomon Goldstein-Rose, includes carbon pricing as a key pillar in its plan to reduce reliance on nonrenewable energy sources.