Climate

Although chances are low you’ll see a North American bobcat while hiking, the elusive nocturnal predators are prowling the Northeast in increasing numbers. In fact, the bobcat population has grown so large in New Hampshire that officials considered allowing the animals to be trapped and hunted again. Public outcry stopped that plan in its tracks,…

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During her senior year at Plymouth State University, Lindsey Bergholm interned with Georgia Murray, an AMC staff scientist, installing and monitoring time-lapse cameras at two field sites in New Hampshire’s Pinkham Notch. Bergholm’s goal, to determine the exact day of peak fall foliage in the notch, also would aid AMC in tracking the effects of…

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President Trump’s vow in June to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement triggered a slew of new CO2-fighting initiatives by states, cities, academic institutions, and corporations and also re-energized existing efforts. While climatologists welcome these localized actions in one of the world’s top two carbon-polluting nations, most say it will take…

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The fourth edition of the United States’ National Climate Assessment (NCA), a periodic report on the latest in climate science, currently awaits approval from the White House. In the meantime, the collaborative report between leading scientists and 13 federal agencies, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to the Department of Defense, was released for…

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On October 16, 2017, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced a proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan. AMC’s President and CEO, John Judge, responds to this action: “Repealing the Clean Power Plan sends our nation in the wrong direction. In the face of soaring temperatures, shorter winters, and increased storm intensity, reducing climate-disrupting emissions…

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AMC responds to the Proposed Repeal of the Clean Power Plan An environmental policy designed to greatly reduce carbon emissions in the US is now on the chopping block. Finalized in 2015, the Clean Power Plan created targets for each state in the country to work towards for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions from their power plants….

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BOSTON, Mass.– The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) applauded nine Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors Aug. 23 for setting ambitious air pollution reduction goals in a plan to extend the successful Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).  This regional action to address climate change is refreshing news in the face of eroding national protections for public health and…

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AMC is calling on Governors in 9 Northeastern states to set the strongest emission reduction targets possible as they decide on key provisions in an update to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

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While the White House backs away from the Paris climate accord and the United States leadership role in addressing climate change, we are now charged with taking up the mantle of leadership on climate change. This time is too important for us to acquiesce to Washington’s failure to lead.

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AMC strongly disagrees with President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, retreating from our world leadership in addressing greenhouse gas contributions to human-caused global climate disruptions. The climate is changing across the AMC region with warmer temperatures, more intense rainfall, and shorter snow seasons. AMC maintains a robust scientific…

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