Representatives from the UNH Durham, Manchester and Concord campuses have completed a comprehensive review of the UNH Refrigerant Management Program (RMP). The purpose of the RMP is to:
• Maximize the recycling of ozone depleting substances (ODS) and minimize the release of ODS to the ambient air from the servicing, repairing, maintaining, and disposing of refrigeration appliances on its Durham, Manchester, and Concord campuses;
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A number of worker populations, both indoors and outdoors, may be particularly vulnerable to threats from climate change. Some of these workers may include: emergency responders, health care workers, fire fighters, utility workers, farmers, and transportation workers. Climate change can amplify existing health and safety issues and new unanticipated hazards may emerge.
Brings together ecologists, environmental chemists, Earth system modelers, and remote sensing scientists to study natural and human-induced changes in the Earth's water, carbon, and nitrogen metabolism with research and educational programs that cross the boundaries of traditional scientific disciplines to foster interdisciplinary understanding of environmental change