The Climate Crisis is Hitting NH

Climate change has arrived in NH. This week severe flooding on the Seacoast caused power outages and trapped residents inside their homes. The flooding from this one storm cost New Hampshire tax payers thousands of dollars in damages and immeasurable risks to our health and environment from the pollution of trash and debris swept up from the road.

(photo from Brianna OBrien taken in Hampton, NH)

As the climate crisis continues to get worse and the sea level rises, storms and floods increase in frequency and severity. High tides are creeping up higher and higher, causing more damage to the Seacoast during flooding events. Parts of Route 1A could be regularly under water at the rate that sea levels are rising. Businesses and residents near the ocean will have to decide whether to adapt to increased flooding or relocate to avoid further disasters. 


(photo from Brianna OBrien, taken in Hampton, NH)

New Hampshire needs to take action now in order to mitigate the worst effects of the climate crisis. We need to transition away from the fossil fuels that are causing the climate crisis and build renewable energy to power our communities. New Hampshire can save our coastal communities by investing in offshore wind, solar energy, heat pumps, increased energy efficiency and adaptation. We have the technology and policy solutions to make this happen but we’ll need to force our elected officials to act. It’s time to stop burning coal and kick climate denying legislators out of office. 

The climate crisis is fueling climate disasters here and around the world – it’s time to drastically change our energy systems before it is too late. 

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350NH January Newsletter

Happy New Year! We’ve got big plans for 2022 and can’t wait to get started. Please join us for an event or meeting this January! Want to get involved, but you’re not sure how? Contact us through our website and we can set up a time to meet!

– Rebecca Beaulieu (she/her/hers), Communications Director


On a cold Sunday night in December, climate carolers took to the streets in Concord to enlighten holiday shoppers about the Merrimack Generating Station in Bow. Head over to the No Coal No Gas Facebook page to watch some of the singing! Stay tuned for more ways to get involved and help us win a shut down date for the coal plant.
The CEOs of Atlas Holdings and Castleton Commodities (the two firms that own the coal plant in Bow) got a visit from some No Coal No Gas elves! The CEOs were delivered coal for Christmas because they refuse to shut down the Merrimack Generating Station.
We hit our fundraising goal! Thanks to your generous support, we raised over $60,000 to fund our campaigns for climate justice. To everyone who donated, shared, and supported our work this past year – thank you. 
We are ready to keep fighting for climate justice in 2022 and couldn’t do this work without you.
Check out our upcoming events page for more information about a Community Power event, a chance to testify at the state house, a training on Militarism & the Climate Crisis, and upcoming meetings you won’t want to miss!


The NH Public Utilities Commission slashed funding for NHSaves – the state energy efficiency program. Energy efficiency measures reduce the demand for electricity, which can prevent the most expensive power plants from running and reduce costs for ratepayers. Write to the PUC today and tell them to reconsider their decision to cut the budget for NHSaves!

Thank you for Your Support!
350NH could not operate without the amazing volunteers and donors who make this work possible! Thank you for supporting us, and please e-mail us if you have any questions or want to talk one-on-one with one of us!