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June 29, 2022
DURHAM, N.H.—Climate scientists at the University of New Hampshire have released a new report cautioning that the Granite State has become increasingly warmer and wetter since the 1970s. The state can expect a new normal with concerningly high temperatures and more extreme precipitation events if changes are not made to reduce emissions and greenhouse gases as well as transition to efficient low carbon sources of energy. “This is not something that is just a problem for the future,” said... - Read Full Article

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