As the temperature drops in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, locals bundle up and get excited. While most wait for the first snow to cover the ski runs, others hold out for those first cold nights to freeze the area's waterfalls.
Homeowner Mary Beth Parkinson came home to quite a surprise, a black bear had been rifling through her kitchen before it fled the house taking a stuffed toy bear with it. The bear had entered her home through an unlocked door, helped
Video profile of University of New Hampshire Ecoline™ project. Video credit:UNH and Waste Management.The beginning of a new decade
reminds us to also look back at the past 10 years to see how everything from
daily tasks to new technologies have evolved.
If any of you have backpacked the Presidential Range and Mt. Washington in New Hampshire, you know that the weather can change in a hot minute. Over the past 20 years, we’ve hiked through hail, lightening storms, and
Wal-Mart has agreed to help US taxpayers take climate action. Over the next two years, they are sending energy audit teams to 20 State Capitol complexes to help save taxpayers money and help the environment...while the Federal Government equivocates
Two years ago when Mion footwear won an ecodesign award we described them as something "you might expect the Jetsons to wear on the weekends." And we wanted the company to be more overt in their green product design. With their new models they've
Before Stonyfield Farm was a $325 million company, Gary Hirshberg was milking the cows and trying to get the bills paid. Now, as the largest organic yogurt-maker, he is fulfilling the original mission: make money and save the world. From milk cows to
Lloyd has called for sustainable and sound infrastructure. One way to start creating sustainable and sound infrastrucutre might be to show the actual costs of building a bad infrastructure. A new 'green roads program' at the University of New Hampshire
For the first time in my lifetime the environment is a top-tier issue in a presidential race, as was clearly in evidence in the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. It was next to impossible for a candidate to have any sort of press event
DeSmogBlog has conferred a controversial award on US Senator and Presidential candidate Barack Obama: It's called the "2007 SmogMaker Award for blowing smoke on global warming." Joe Romm's reaction in Climate Progress is here: "DeSmogBlog owes Obama
This next week is all politics, what with today's Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries on January 8. Most Americans are probably already tired of the election coverage, but we're hoping people stick it out and ask the these presidential
This is wonderful. A bi-partisan political storm is brewing over New Hampshire because Al and Arnold have found a clever way to inject serious climate discussion into the coming US presidential primary season. Timing could not be better, with the IPCC