Climate Solutions New England (CSNE) promotes collaboration and collective impact towards greater energy self-reliance and weather resilience that are essential to healthy, prosperous, and sustainable communities across New England.
The GLOBE Program is an international science and education initiative that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process.
The Joan and James Leitzel Center at UNH works to transform education in mathematics, science, and engineering in elementary and secondary schools, and in non-formal settings through high-quality research, carefully examined practice and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Released in 2009, the Climate Action Plan aims to achieve the greatest feasible reductions in greenhouse gases while also providing the greatest possible long-term benefits to the citizens of New Hampshire.
The Coastal Adaptation Workgroup is a collaboration of 24 organizations working to assist communities in NH’s coastal watershed to prepare for the impacts of extreme weather and long term climate change.
The Coastal Risk and Hazards Commission was created in 2013 to recommend legislation, rules, and other actions that prepare for projected sea-level rise and other coastal hazard risks to New Hampshire.
The Northern Ecosystems Research for Undergraduates (NERU) program focuses on the impacts of climate change on ecosystems in Northern Sweden and is a collaboration between UNH and the Abisko Scientific Research Station in Sweden.
Digital Earth Watch (DEW) Picture Post uses digital photographs for environmental monitoring and research. This hands-on program gives researchers, students, teachers, and citizens alike the means to monitor and interpret the effects of climate change.