Rise For Climate: A tale of two futures
On September 8, thousands of groups are planning rallies in cities and towns around the world to demand our local leaders commit to building a fossil free world that puts people and justice before profits.
Join us in Portsmouth to hear the story of two futures.
These past months we have been hard at work educating the community about Granite Bridge. Together we hosted more than 20 educational events and educated over 350 People about the Dangers of the Granite Bridge to our health, our safety and our climate.
Our work is far from over. If we do not show the regulatory agencies and our elected representatives that we won’t stand for the GBP, then it is going to get built and we are going to pay the price.
Governor Sununu, in a radio interview last summer, you said that if the people of New Hampshire wanted to “make a case” for offshore wind, you “weren’t opposing it.” Many of us have read about recent offshore wind advances in Maine and Massachusetts. Department of Energy studies identify enough wind potential off our coast to significantly reduce our fossil fuel dependence, help to slow climate change, bring sustainable jobs to NH, and reduce consumer energy costs.
It’s time for us to get serious about passing legislation that stops climate change. There is too much on the line to lose focus. That why 350NH and Rights and Democracy partnered to create this training series. This series will give people the knowledge and skills we need to effect change in the state house this coming legislative season.
Hi, my name is Dylan and if you’re reading this, I’ll bet that we have something in common: we both have a lot to lose if we don’t address climate change. My generation has no choice but to combat the inevitable impacts of rising sea levels, increased storm surges and threats to our agricultural systems.