→ Climate Change

High Tide Flyover Shows Rising Seas Already Threaten N.H. Seacoast – New Hampshire Public Radio, January 2019

‘Climate-Ready’ Great Bay Culvert Shows Possibility, Challenge of Coastal Resilience – New Hampshire Public Radio, September 2019

The Family Business: One N.H. Political Dynasty & The Arc Of Republican Climate Change Politics – Outside/In, March 2019

More stories of climate change in Northern New England:

Environmental Health & Justice


Blood, Lead & Soil: A Year In East Chicago – Indiana Public Broadcasting, July 2017 (PRNDI Awards 2018: First place, best multimedia presentation (Division A, mid-size station)

Related story: Questions Linger For Public Housing Residents Who Lived At A Superfund Site – NPR Morning Edition, August 2017


At Coakley Landfill Site, Government Assurances Meet Public Fear – New Hampshire Public Radio, August 2018

Continuing coverage of PFAS contamination and regulation:

Hosting: NEXT New England Ep. 149 – The Next Water Contamination Crisis; High-Octane Birding in Massachusetts, June 2019


Neighbors of ‘mega’ chicken farms call on state for relief from environmental effects – Delaware Public Media, December 2015

Related story: In Tiny, Rural Hope, Large Hog Farms Spark Economic Fears – Indiana Public Broadcasting, July 2016

→ Energy Policy

N.H. Factories Invest (And Use Less) To Save On Energy Costs – New Hampshire Public Radio, January 2019

Continuing coverage of renewables, nuclear power and wood energy in N.H.:

A Fight for Transparency At New England’s Powerful Energy Industry Group – New Hampshire Public Radio, December 2018

Recent update: Feds Reject Bid For Public Access To Regional Meetings On Energy Grid Reforms – New Hampshire Public Radio, April 2019

Site Evaluation Committee Casts Unanimous Vote Against Northern Pass Project – New Hampshire Public Radio, February 2018

Related story: Maine In, N.H. Out For Energy Contract With Massachusetts – New England News Collaborative, March 2018

→ Land Use & The Outdoors


For Residents On The Connecticut River, Hydro Dams’ Relicensing Is A Rare Opportunity – New Hampshire Public Radio, June 2018


The Fight Over New Hampshire’s Tallest Mountain – NPR Weekend Edition, July 2018

More at NHPR: Is Mount Washington’s Peaking Popularity Putting It At Risk?


Life Lessons From New Hampshire’s All-Female Winter Wilderness Training – New Hampshire Public Radio, February 2018

Budget gaps strain Delaware’s progress toward federal Chesapeake Bay restoration goals – Delaware Public Media, November 2015

Series: A Remote Aleutian Island Struggles For A Link To Its Airport, part 1 and part 2 – KUCB, April 2014

More stories from Alaska’s Aleutian Islands:

→ National News & 2020 Campaign Coverage

They’ll Drink To That: Presidential Hopefuls Pull Out The Brewery Stops In N.H. – New Hampshire Public Radio, May 2019

More stories for NHPR’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary coverage:


Immigration Executive Order Causes Anxiety In VP Mike Pence’s Hometown – NPR Morning Edition, February 2016


Carrier Got Cut A Deal, But Can Other Companies Expect The Same? – NPR All Things Considered, December 2016

Related stories for NPR:


Small Indiana Nonprofit Falls Victim To Ransom Cyberattack – NPR Weekend Edition, May 2017

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