Ryan King of Stockton Springs is an avid hiker who loves the Hills to Sea Trail, a 47-mile footpath that crosses thickly wooded hills, farm fields, country roads and more as it traverses Waldo County from Unity to Belfast.
WASHINGTON -- President Joe Biden on Sunday welcomed a settlement between South Korean battery makers LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation Co over electric-vehicle (EV) battery technology, saying it would help create jobs for American workers.
Crews worked around the clock on Monday to prevent the collapse of a wastewater reservoir’s leaky containment wall near Tampa Bay, Florida, making steady progress after officials warned of an imminent threat of flooding over the weekend.
From boat enthusiasts to anglers, University of New Hampshire researchers found widespread support for offshore wind energy projects along the state’s Seacoast, with close to 77% of coastal recreation visitors supporting such development.
Climate change poses a sweeping threat to New Hampshire’s winter sports and tourism industries, with shorter and warmer winters, muddier springs and “flash droughts” foreshadowing skiing conditions similar to those at resorts in the South, scientists say.
The administration of President Joe Biden said Monday that it has set a goal to vastly expand the nation’s offshore wind energy capacity in the coming decade by opening new areas to development, speeding environmental permitting, and boosting public financing for projects.
Town officials in Merrimack say they are pleased, for the most part, about the terms of a new settlement agreement reached between Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.
WASHINGTON - U.S. lawmakers on Thursday will introduce comprehensive legislation to curb growing plastics pollution by making producers accountable, drawing sharp criticism from the plastics and petrochemicals industry.
ANTRIM — Residents who live close to the Antrim Wind Project near Gregg Lake say the project is out of compliance with state guidelines, and that they have not been given a chance to weigh in on the problems.
In a settlement with the state, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics has agreed to pay a civil penalty, reduce operating hours, decrease contaminated emissions and install a special air filtration device at its Merrimack plant by the end of July.
Epping planning officials will require the developer of a new industrial project to take a greener approach to salting walkways and its parking lot to minimize the potential impacts on the town’s aquifer.
Although a proposed settlement agreement has been reached between a developer and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to clean up the former Mohawk tannery site, some Nashua officials are voicing concerns.