In the nine years that New Hampshire has been a member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, the state has seen an increase in jobs and state revenue, benefits to small businesses and a robust and growing clean energy economy coupled with a decline in toxic carbon pollution emitted by fossil fuel plants. But, if we look to other states in the program, New Hampshire could be doing more.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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