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What The Paris Climate Conference Means for N.H.

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The U.N. Climate Change Conference seeks agreement on limiting global warming to just two degrees Celsius over the next century.  Many say that's a tall order, but some are hopeful this summit could be more successful.  We'll take a New Hampshire look at this, including state impacts and efforts.

   

Guests:

  • Catherine Ashcraft - assistant professor of the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment at UNH
  • Mike Fitzgerald- assistant director of the Air Resources Division of NHDES
  • Cameron Wake - climatology professor at the UNH Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space.

Also,

  • Senator Jeanne Shaheen

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