Climate change in New England: Scientists appeal to politicos to take it seriously

Last month, a group of 51 scientists in New Hampshire, concerned about the lack of concern for climate change among candidates for public office, issued an open letter describing why they think it should be a priority issue.
The letter describes how climate change threatens New England’s crisp autumns and white winters, a source of great pride and tourism, as well as its coastlines and quality of life.
With the Republican presidential contenders massed in the state for the New Hampshire primary, set for this coming Tuesday, it time to republish this appeal.

Science and Public Policy in New Hampshire