Opinion

PFAS suit is about more than clean water

When the Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules in July approved final maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) recommended by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services for four per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water, they set a disturbing precedent…

What are farmers to do about climate change?

Over the years, some New Hampshire farmers have shared with me how they see climate change hitting home because of milder winters. The Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4) explains how climate change is expected to impact the environments that support…

A history of making a difference

On Oct. 31, 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed the Community Mental Health Act into law, which dramatically altered the delivery of mental health services across the country. The law’s passage encouraged a new era of optimism in mental health…

Kudos for the last issue

To the editor: Although I always review NH Business Review cover-to-cover, the Sept. 27-Oct. 10 issue held me for a single extended reading. Bob Sanders’ cover story, “Beyond the vetoes,” neatly summarized the last veto-heavy legislative session and its diverse…

Don’t weaken methane emissions rules

Recently there has been a lot of news coverage of a plan to weaken the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulation of methane emissions. Weakening regulation of methane emissions is a mistake. Natural gas, made up primarily of methane, is an essential…

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