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PNS Daily Newscast - August 21, 2019 


The Trump administration weakens banking regulations; and events this weekend mark the 400th anniversary of slavery in the United States. (Broadcaster Note: Our 6-min. newscast now has an optional outcue at 3 minutes: “This is PNS.”)

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Public News Service - NH: Climate Change/Air Quality

Holderness, NH – The emerald in the "Emerald Isle" could be fading away, even as those of Irish heritage or inclination celebrate St. Patrick's Day. A new report by the Irish-American Climate Project has found evidence of global warming in Ireland, and the results aren't pretty. However, energ

Concord, NH - The oil companies call it a tax increase, but environmentalists call it a win for workers. The U.S. House of Representatives passed an energy bill that supporters say will create green-collar jobs, but it could burn out in the Senate, where opponents argue it won't help reduce soaring

Concord, NH - The people who know New Hampshire's countryside best say our climate is changing, and they want Congress to help save the environment. Groups representing more than 141,000 Granite State hunters and anglers are supporting comprehensive federal legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emiss

Concord, NH - Things are looking cooler in the city of Concord today, and it's not just the wintry weather. The capital on Thursday joined Portsmouth, Keene, Nashua and other communities to become New Hampshire's eighth certified "Cool City." The program recognizes municipalities that take aggressiv

Concord, NH - Granite State residents may savor the January thaw, but a year-round warm-up has polar bears on thin ice. With global warming melting the Arctic Ocean, the Bush administration missed yesterday's deadline to decide whether to recognize the big white bears as "endangered." Wildlife acti

Concord, NH - New Hampshire could require cleaner cars if not for the federal government blocking the road. Yesterday the Sierra Club and four other organizations joined in a lawsuit aimed at overturning the E.P.A.’s decision to forbid California from implementing stricter tailpipe emissions s

Concord, NH - It's a bright, new idea. Although President Bush won't commit to greenhouse gas reduction goals, environmentalists say the pace of climate change means the next President will be forced to act. As a reminder, the Sierra Club will be handing out bright, energy-saving compact fluorescent

Concord, NH - If you think New Hampshire is "green enough," think again. The National Environmental Trust has come out with a new report that says last year New Hampshire’s population of 1.3 million produced more global warming pollution than 145 million people in 47 developing countries put

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