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April Newsletter

After a busy March, Spring is here! Earth Day approaches – I hope to see you at an event this month!

Towns across NH turned out to town voting days to make local change. 350NH supported successful resolutions in favor of community power in Exeter and to remove the Mill Pond Dam in Durham. Community power will help Exeter utilize more renewable energy, and removal of the Dam will improve the health of the Oyster River!
The 350NH Youth Team held a Rally for Renewables at the State House! Students from across NH spoke about the failures of the state legislature to pass climate bills this session, and about the need for solar and wind energy. Thank you to everyone who joined us!
After a three day trial in Merrimack County Superior Court and four hours of deliberation, the jury reached a decision regarding the 2019 Hooksett coal train blockade. Over 60 supporters joined us in court and online to listen to activists’ intentions to stop the worst effects of the climate crisis by ending the use of coal in New England. Read more about the jury trial here.
350NH is hiring Electoral Fellows, a Youth Organizer, and Interns to join our team in the fight for climate justice! Take your climate organizing and advocacy skills to the next level and join our team to elect climate champions, shut down the coal plant in Bow, and win renewable energy for NH! Check out the job descriptions on our website.

Don’t forget to check out our “Upcoming Events” page for more information about meetings, events, and chances to connect this month!

TAKE ACTION

The New England electrical grid regulator (ISO-NE) just allocated hundreds of millions of ratepayer dollars to keep dirty fossil fuel plants alive until 2026, including the coal-fired Merrimack Station. Now, we have until May 5th to submit public comments opposing federal approval of this decision.

Can you submit a comment? Click here for our guide on how to submit a public comment.

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.

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