NH is in drought across the state, our utility bills are set to double this month, and primary elections are on September 13th. This month is crucial in our fight to stop the fossil fuel industry’s greed and win a just transition to renewable energy. We hope you will take action with us by showing up to an event, canvassing with us, or becoming a monthly donor.
– Rebecca Beaulieu (she/her/hers), Communications Director
Thursdays in August, 2:00pm-5:00pm: Deep Canvass to Stop Coal
- We will knock doors in the Allenstown/Pembroke area on Thursdays in August to build community and educate people about coal. Sign up for a shift with us! If you want to canvass but can’t do Thursdays, fill out our form anyways and let us know so we can get you the materials you need to canvass on your own.
August 4, 12:00pm: Stop Big Oil’s Greed – Press Conference
- Big oil is profiteering from the war in Ukraine, driving up gas prices, and raking in record profits while we pay the price. Utility companies are raising rates because of their dependence on oil and gas. Join us for a press conference outside the State House in Concord to call out big oil’s greed! RSVP here.
August 4, 6:00pm: Salem/Nashua Chapter Meeting
- We will meet at Tuscan Village, 9 Via Toscana, Salem NH to chat about our plans for the end of summer and fall! Email Jennifer@350nh.org if you have any questions.
August 4, 7:00pm: No Coal No Gas Monthly Call (Virtual)
- Join our monthly call to talk strategy: how we will shut down the coal plant in Bow. RSVP here.
August 11, 6:00pm: Manchester Chapter LAUNCH
- That’s right! We’re launching a Manchester local chapter of 350NH. Come to Livingston Park at 6:00pm to build community and talk about the environmental issues facing the Manchester community. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’re coming – there will be food and drinks!
August 13, 5:00pm: Get Out The Vote Rally
- Join our summer interns at the State House, where we’ll showcase climate champions running in the upcoming election, and support people in navigating voter registration. It’s time to kick climate deniers out of office and hold our elected officials accountable.
August 18, 8:30pm: Bow Chapter Meeting (Virtual)
- Join our monthly meeting to discuss ending coal in Bow! Email email@example.com for the zoom link.
August 19-21: 350NH Annual Youth Leadership Retreat
- NH Youth are invited to our annual retreat at Camp Wilmot this August to build community and take action to stop the climate crisis! The retreat is open to students entering high school up through students who just graduated.
August 22, 6:00pm: Seacoast Chapter Meeting
- We will meet at Prescott Park, 105 Marcy St, Portsmouth NH to discuss our upcoming campaignsl! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Now is a pivotal moment to push the President to take bold climate action. Thus far, Congress and the Administration have focused on ramping up renewable energy – which is good – but now it is time to start shutting down fossil fuels. We are glad that Senator Manchin finally reached a deal in Congress, but we also need President Biden to declare a climate emergency.
An emergency declaration would allow Biden to take drastic action to address the climate crisis. Send a letter to the White House now.