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    Lamprey Fellowship in Climate and Sustainability

    Cameron Wake, Director of Climate Solutions New England, is the first recipient of the The Josephine A. Lamprey Fellowship in Climate and Sustainability, a gift that supports a five-year fellowship designed to promote more focus on the climate and energy issues that interconnect with biodiversity and ecosystems, food systems and culture under sustainability. The gift was made to the university’s Sustainability Institute by Jo Lamprey, retired president of Lamprey Brothers, a local company providing heating and cooling solutions since the late 1800s. Learn more about Jo Lamprey here and here.

  • A New England Food Vision

    A new collaborative report from our sister initiative, Food Solutions New England, imagines that the region can produce at least 50 percent of clean, just, fair and accessible food for all New Englanders by 2060. According to the report, "Compared to other methods of production, regional farming that conserves energy, stores carbon, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions can help mitigate global warming." Learn more

  • Climate Change in Southern New Hampshire

    This new report from CSNE describes how the climate of southern New Hampshire has changed over the past century and
    how the future climate of the region will be affected by a warmer planet due to human activities. Download it now!

  • Climate Change in Northern New Hampshire

    This new report from CSNE describes how the climate of northern New Hampshire has changed over the past century and how
    the future climate of the region will be affected by a warmer planet due to human activities. Download it now!

  • Disasters and Emergency Expenditures in New England

    Federal expenditures on presidentially declared disasters and emergency declarations in New England have risen dramatically from 1999 to 2012. Visit FEMA to learn more.

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    CSNE Network

    Climate Solutions New England (CSNE) promotes collaboration towards the goal of greater energy self-reliance and weather resilience that contribute to healthy, prosperous, and sustainable communities across New England.

Our Work

Network - Increased collective impact

Vision - Regional energy self-reliance and weather resilience

Analysis, research, and communication - Informed decision-making

Planning and implementation - State and municipal planning and implementation

Convening - Annual summits and topical workshops

 

 

Latest Report

New Hampshire Getting Warmer, Wetter as Climate Changes

As heat-trapping gases from the burning of fossil fuels and other human activities continue to accumulate in the atmosphere, average annual temperatures in New Hampshire will likely rise by 3 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit and extreme precipitation events will likely double by mid-century.

Northern NH Report

Southern NH Report

Listen to Dr. Cameron Wake discuss these reports on NH Public Radio's program, The Exchange

Climate Solutions NE is an affiliate of

The Sustainability Institute


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