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NHPR Earth Week Programming 2023

Climate change “super” solutions, like increasing solar and wind power, are well underway in New England. But in a region where residents see the effects of climate change year round, everyday solutions are also essential: like how we bury our dead or get the kids to school.

This year for Earth Week, NHPR and its partner stations in the New England News Collaborative are sharing stories about people in New England who are finding unexpected and creative ways to act on climate change.

National Earth Week Dates: April 17th through April 22nd

On NHPR, look for reporting on-air during Morning Edition and All Things Considered as well as on NHPR.org and the NHPR app, including news from NHPR's climate change reporter Mara Hoplamazian on the growing movement to incorporate Community Power in 14 New Hampshire towns.

Monday, April 17th: Give Back NH features Grassroots Fund in Newmarket, NH. This segment is scheduled to air during Morning Edition @ 6:45 & 8:45 AM.

Thursday, April 20th: Outside/In Presents: The Race to Net Zero @ 2PM. “The Race to Net Zero" is a special, one-hour broadcast from NHPR’s Outside/In. Join host Nate Hegyi and producer Felix Poon as they look at four barriers to decarbonizing transportation: buyer hesitancy, charging infrastructure, the energy grid, and metal extraction.

Friday, April 21st: By Degrees Climate Summit @1PM - Hosted by NHPR’s climate & energy reporter Mara Hoplamazian, this broadcast of our sold-out live event brings together people from across the region to talk about opportunities for transformative action in the face of the climate change crisis.

Saturday, April 22nd: By Degrees Climate Summit replay @12PM & Outside/In Special: The Race to Net Zero replay @ 1PM

About NHPR’s Environment and Outdoors Coverage

NHPR is specially positioned to serve as a center of excellence in environmental journalism. Our vision is to make NHPR a regional and national leader in news coverage and creative storytelling about the environment and the outdoors. We strive to produce accessible, nuanced journalism that empowers, engages and informs policy-makers and the public in New Hampshire, New England – and across the country.

Before becoming Program Director, Quirk served as NHPR's production manager. During that time she's voiced and crafted the 'sound of the station,' coordinated countless on-air fundraisers, produced segments for Give Back NH, Something Wild, New Hampshire Calling, and developed NHPR's own NHPR Music vertical with features such as Live from Studio D, and long-loved favorites like Holidays By Request.
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