The N.H. News Recap for April 8, 2022: Climate change in N.H., Mowers votes twice
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, released a report this week showing we are currently headed for disastrous levels of climate change, but it also said that leaders have the tools to act quickly in response. What will more than 1.5 degrees of warming, which the report warns is ahead, look like in New Hampshire?
And the state Department of Justice is investigating Republican congressional candidate Matt Mowers for voting in two presidential primaries in 2016. A group at the State House discusses how to police poor behavior from lawmakers online. And Gov. Chris Sununu says his comments about former President Donald Trump at a political roast were all a joke.
- Mara Hoplamazian, NHPR
- Josh Rogers, NHPR
Top stories of the week from New Hampshire
- Radio Field Trips: This family rehabilitates black bear cubs in N.H.
- N.H. Attorney General reviewing Mowers’ votes in multiple presidential primaries
- Policing offensive behavior by N.H. lawmakers a challenge, State House leaders say
- Many N.H. communities are turning to local solutions in the global fight against climate change
- What the latest UN climate report means for N.H.
- ‘Ukrainians are standing against moving this illness:’ The latest from Ivan Chaika in Lviv, Ukraine
- A national study finds self-perceived social status may affect Latino cardiovascular health
- Qanon mailer sent to households across New Hampshire
- A new bill would preserve the historic gravesites of Black people in N.H.