New Hampshire Getting Warmer, Wetter as Climate Changes

New Hampshire Getting Warmer, Wetter as Climate Changes

Climate Solutions New England released two important reports detailing the impacts of climate change in southern and northern New Hampshire. The reports will help decision-makers across the state and region make important investment decisions for the future.

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Spring Series

Spring Series

March 5th: The Tides They Are A-Changin’
Larry Mayer and Diane Foster.

April 9th: Rain, roofs and roads: hydro-logical thinking for a clean water future
Jamie Houle and Alison Watts

April 23rd: Changing Families, Changing Communities: A Twenty Year Perspective
Mil Duncan and Kristin Smith

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Closing the Innovation Deficit

Closing the Innovation Deficit

Short video on the importance of research for the U.S. economy

http://www.innovationdeficit.org/

NH EPSCoR, the NHIRC, and UNH Manchester partner with local engineering company to develop a new product

NH EPSCoR, the NHIRC, and UNH Manchester partner with local engineering company to develop a new product

Device may help solve weighty problem of snow loads on roofs

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New Hampshire Ecosystem Computing Challenge Receives $750,000 Award from National Science Foundation

New Hampshire Ecosystem Computing Challenge Receives $750,000 Award from National Science Foundation

To be competitive in the 21st century workplace, high school students today need to acquire strong computational skills and be able to connect and apply academic content to real-world challenges. The University of New Hampshire has been awarded a $750,000 five-year grant from the National Science Foundation EPSCoR program to develop a pilot project for students in the state’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) centers.

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New NSF EPSCoR Award Tackles Problems Related to Closure of Shellfish Beds and Beach Advisories

New NSF EPSCoR Award Tackles Problems Related to Closure of Shellfish Beds and Beach Advisories

With the value of coastal recreation estimated at some $20 billion nationally and $400 million in New Hampshire and Maine, coastal closures represent a significant sustainability problem with complex and interacting economic, social and environmental dimensions.

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Have you seen our 2013 Annual Report? 

Stakeholders Report 2013

Here's an overview of the programs we support, the people working on our projects and some of our latest research, education and outreach activites.

News

Events

  • Apr 23 2014 - 4:00pm

    Gambling with  the Globe: The Role of Risk in Climate Policy Decisions

    Wednesdays at 4 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001: Mark Borsuk, Associate Professor of Engineering Thayer School of Engineering Dartmouth College


  • Apr 23 2014 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

    Changing Families, Changing Communities: A Twenty Year Perspective

    Sociologists Mil Duncan and Kristin Smith lead a discussion on the changing nature of families, from declining blue collar work to wives as bread winners and economic recession.


  • Apr 30 2014 - 4:00pm

    More Than a Century of Conservation in the Squam Watershed

    Wednesdays at 4 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001: Rebecca Hanson, Director of Conservation, Squam Lakes Association


  • May 19 2014 - 12:00am - May 21 2014 - 12:00am

    Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference

    Guiding municipalities for community resilience, business continuity, and next generation leadership in the face of climate change is a challenging endeavor. It demands diverse interests in the Northeast U.S. to share best practices and mobilize for action. All private and public sector stakeholders interested in networking with others and getting training in climate preparedness should attend.


  • May 30 2014 (All day)

    Save the Date: Great Bay Coastal Watershed Symposium 5/30/14

    This day-long symposium will provide a forum to share and discuss science, information, and management in support of collaborative integrated watershed management in the Great Bay coastal watershed. We will review existing information, identify gaps and opportunities, and continue to build mutually beneficial collaboration among a wide range of stakeholders, including municipal representatives, regional planners, consultants, scientists, not-for-profits, and businesses.


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DDC logo

Advanced GIS tools are being used by scientists to map, analyze and share results. User-friendly interactive online maps released through the Ecosystem & Society project’s Data Discovery Center allows anyone to explore and use data from several of the project’s research topics.

 


Strategic Economic Plan for NH

Economic Plan thumbnailThe Business and Industry Association’s new strategic economic plan for the state concludes that one of the best investments New Hampshire can make for a prosperous future is to develop a highly skilled workforce — one that is especially in tune with our burgeoning advanced manufacturing and high-tech sectors.

 


NH Science and Technology Plan

S&T Plan

Innovation and technological advances are the keys to economic prosperity for all New Hampshire residents.

 

 


NH Environmental Literacy Plan

ELP


NH INBRE

NH GRID

SuperCOmputing Ventures in Education and Research