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May Newsletter

The bulbs we planted last October are blooming at Merrimack Station! And we are excited to watch the climate movement in New Hampshire grow, too, as we invite more people into our work. If you’d like to talk more about how you can get involved, I’d love to set up a call with you!

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

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…

We rallied on Earth Day to call for a Climate Action Plan for New Hampshire! Legislators in Concord are standing in the way of bills to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, expand renewable energy, and address the impending impacts of the climate crisis. The speeches called on the public to get involved and fight for change.
We called out Governor Sununu for his inaction at a rally in Concord! We need investments in renewable energy, infrastructure, economic justice, racial justice, and environmental justice. Send a letter to Governor Sununu to advance offshore wind energy today. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images for 350 NH & RAD NH)
No Coal No Gas rallied in Worcester to end fossil fuel subsidies in New England. The grid operators’ latest report says coal will be off the grid by 2025, but they are still forcing us to pay for dirty coal in Bow. It’s time to end fossil fuel handouts and transition to renewable energy!
We’ve submitted nearly 120 comments opposing fossil fuel subsidies so far! We are making our voices heard in the regulatory process; meanwhile, our energy grid operators give handouts to the coal plant in Bow. We can submit public comments until May 5th – if you still need to write yours, here’s the link to the instructions!

Don’t forget to check out our Events Page for upcoming meetings, events, and actions this May!

TAKE ACTION

CONCORD, NH – APRIL 23: 350 NH and RAD NH host a seed swap and community rally outside of the New Hampshire State House on April 23, 2022 in Concord, New Hampshire. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images for 350 NH & RAD NH)

Write to your Representative to OPPOSE SB424. If passed, this bill would result in higher energy bills and more greenhouse gas emissions. It does not provide cost protections for ratepayers or environmental protections for the general public. Ratepayers should not have to pay for higher methane emissions.

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