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We Want To Hear From You: How Are You Responding To Climate Change?

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Marie Sapienza via NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup
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NHPR’s new climate change reporting project, By Degrees, begins in the midst of a global pandemic, mass protests against systemic racism, a presidential transition and an economic crisis. 

The incoming Biden administration has promised to combat climate change, while New Hampshire lags behind its neighbors on similar legislation. In many ways, climate change has taken a backseat as governments deal with the social and economic costs of the coronavirus.

We need your help to tell new stories about how Granite Staters are experiencing climate change at this historic moment. How has climate change affected your life, and how have you responded? In what ways are you observing climate change in New Hampshire? What questions do you have?

Use the form below to send us your ideas, questions and observations. Taken our survey before? Check out our new questions! We’ll continue to update them as we expand our reporting. New survey questions were added on Dec. 7, 2020.

You can also email us at climate@nhpr.org, or tweet us @nhprclimate. Learn more about By Degrees here.

Can't see the survey below? Click here for a better experience.

This post was initially published July 7, 2020

Annie has covered the environment, energy, climate change and the Seacoast region for NHPR since 2017. She leads the newsroom's climate reporting project, By Degrees.
Zoey Knox is NHPR's newsroom engagement producer. She has spent most of her radio years at college radio stations in Madison, WI (WSUM) and Seattle, WA (KXSU).

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