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Climate Change:  Here in New Hampshire

Climate Change, Here in New Hampshire Presentation available!

Dunbarton Congregational Church Hosted UNH ProfessorEmeritus & Speaker Barry Rock

Barry Rock, UNH Professor Emeritus in the Prof.Barry Rock, Climate ChangeEarth Systems Research Center at the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space spoke to the following questions: What do earth-orbiting satellites tell us about  the current and future impacts of global warming on our local landscape?  How is what’s happening today different from past climate change events?

Dr. Rock explained the causes of climate changes in our era. He discussed its impacts on NH forests, including his research on sugar maples and white pine.

If you missed it, Click to see his presentation on Climate Change in NH, Part 1, Part 2

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Neighbors Warming Neighbors

The Dunbarton Energy Committee participated in a webinar sponsored by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund and Bob Ray of the DEC described their Neighbors Warming Neighbors program. A video archive is available. 

Transition Dunbarton has needs of volunteers

Transition Dunbarton has needs of volunteers for various projects like the Energy Fair and the woodbank.

CP Communications Committee

Transition Dunbarton has need of volunteers. We are re-activating the Community Profile Communications Committee as an independent group to brainstorm and look for solutions to address the problem of intra-town communications. Anyone wishing to volunteer to work with us to improving town communications, please contact John Stevens.

Ideas include a town-wide newsletter.

Come to the Community Profile meeting

Help create a Community Profile for Dunbarton

…where we are, and where we’d like to be in the future.

Potluck Supper and discussion Friday 5:30-9:00pm.
Focus groups Saturday 8:45am-2:00pm.

More Information: http://www.transition-dunbarton.org/projects/town-profile/

Transition Dunbarton and the Town Selectman are sponsoring the Community Profile and it is facilitated by the UNH Cooperative Extension.

 

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