In the fall of 2021, T-Mobile contacted 116,079 Granite Staters to deliver bad news: Their personal information – including their name, date of birth, Social Security number, and driver’s license information – had been the subject of a data breach.
Tag Archives: Environment
Night Skies Are Getting 9.6% Brighter Every Year as Light Pollution Erases Stars for Everyone
For most of human history, the stars blazed in an otherwise dark night sky. But starting around the Industrial Revolution, as artificial light increasingly lit cities and towns at night, the stars began to disappear.
Wanted: Mount Major Volunteers for Summer Hiking Season
The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is recruiting new volunteers for the upcoming summer hiking season at Mount Major.
Forests Are Much More Than Carbon Banks | Opinion
New Hampshire is blessed with forests. More than 80 percent of our landscape is covered with forest – some young, some middle aged, and a small amount very old.
NH Fish and Game Urges People To Assess Ice Safety Before Venturing Out
Because of this winter’s unpredictable and fluctuating temperatures, New Hampshire Fish and Game officials are urging people to exercise caution when near ice.
My Art Uses Plastic Recovered From Beaches Around the World To Understand How Our Consumer Society Is Transforming the Ocean | Opinion
I am obsessed with plastic objects. I harvest them from the ocean for the stories they hold and to mitigate their ability to harm. Each object has the potential to be a message from the sea – a poem, a cipher, a metaphor, a warning.
Stormwater Runoff Problem: Efforts Continue To Clean Up New Hampshire’s Great Bay
The Conservation Law Foundation filed a petition this week urging the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate stormwater pollution coming from commercial and industrial properties surrounding the state’s Great Bay.
The Ocean Twilight Zone Could Store Vast Amounts of Carbon Captured From the Atmosphere – But First We Need an Internet of Deep Ocean Sensors To Track the Effects
This is the heart of the ocean’s carbon pump, part of the natural ocean processes that capture about a third of all human-produced carbon dioxide and sink it into the deep sea, where it remains for hundreds of years.
UNH Researchers Track Arctic Charr’s Climate-Change Resilience
Researchers are studying the feeding habits of Arctic charr to help predict how various fish populations could adapt to a warming climate.
The Natural World Is Not a Safe Place | Opinion
But every once in a while, I’m reminded that the natural world is really not a safe place. The reminder this time was watching a documentary on Netflix titled “Volcano.”