Climate Change Policy Task Force In December 2007, Governor Lynch issued Executive Order Number 2007-3, which established a Climate Change Policy Task Force and charged the Task Force with developing a Climate Action Plan for the State of New Hampshire.
NH Community Energy Project The New Hampshire Community Energy Project is a project devoted to the objective distribution and sharing of information. Germinating during the series of statewide sessions for local energy committees, this idea began to take form during the meetings as discussion focused on how to keep everyone informed.
Cities for Climate Protection Designed to educate and empower local governments worldwide to take action on climate change. CCP is a performance-oriented campaign that offers a framework for local governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve livability within their municipalities.
Clean Air - Cool Planet Creating partnerships in the Northeast to implement solutions to climate change and build constituencies for effective climate policies and actions.
The Carbon Coalition A
non-partisan coalition of citizens, scientists, businesses, students, communities and organizations who've come together to advocate for a national energy policy that protects our communities and environment from the ravages of global warming caused by carbon pollution.
The Jordan Institute A science-based, non-advocacy, non-profit organization that was conceived to improve New Hampshire’s environmental quality of life defined as the intersection of a healthy environment, healthy people, and a healthy economy.
Planners Energy and Climate Change Database This database provides examples of communities that have taken steps to integrate energy and climate change issues into planning, states that have addressed climate change issues in plans or policies, and other relevant documents to help planners understand and address energy and climate change.
Alternative Energy Land Use Resources LRPC has acquired Targeted Block Grant funding through the NH Office of Energy and Planning to develop an internet-based alternative energy land use resource. This resource is intended to encourage, promote, or require property owners to adopt alternative energy practices in the design, location, and construction of residential housing and commercial buildings. Models and existing examples of design standards and land use regulations are provided to help communities and citizens understand how alternative energy and energy efficient practices can be implemented.