Seacoast Anti-Pollution League’s Annual Meeting was held on November 8

Our annual meet-up was held on November 8th. SAPL board members were re-elected for another year and we enjoyed an amazing presentation by Dr. Habib Dagher (more info below). If you missed this event, try to come to the next one! We’ll be … Read More

Wind and water: Powering our past, and future

By Doug Bogen, SAPL Director Published in SeacoastOnline There is a revolution taking place just off the Northeast U.S. coast, a key part of a necessary transition away from the fossil fuels that threaten our future climate. The siting and … Read More

Offshore Wind is Happening!

These are exciting times! The fact is, wind power is now less expensive than nuclear in the UK, and the United States is not far behind. The first floating wind farm in the world is currently being built off of Northern Scotland by … Read More

Have your town speak up for wind power! (UPDATED May 2018)

Updated on May 16, 2018 The State of New Hampshire has committed to 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gases by the year 2050, but has yet to develop a plan to achieve that goal. We need to encourage lawmakers in Concord … Read More

America’s First Offshore Wind Farm is Up and Running!

December 2016: The turbines at America’s first offshore wind farm started spinning and creating clean, renewable energy. The Block Island Wind Farm is capable of powering 17,000 homes and is a huge milestone as we work to reduce and eliminate … Read More

SAPL Requests Offshore Wind Development Task Force

On August 25th, SAPL and 350NH traveled to the New Hampshire Statehouse to meet with Governor Hassan’s staff and to present her with a 2,000-signature petition asking Governor Hassan to request a task force to study offshore wind in the Gulf of … Read More

Fukushima Five Years On: Lessons & Concerns for Seabrook’s Future

Image (above): Aerial view of Fukushima courtesy of Fairewinds Energy Education On May 16, 2016, the Seacoast Anti-Pollution League held their annual meeting at the Portsmouth Public Library’s Levenson Room. The event featured a forum on the current state of Fukushima … Read More

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