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Matthew Magnusson

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UNH College of Liberal Arts

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Uncategorized | No Fracked Gas In Mass!

www.nofrackedgasinmass.org [cached]

The research was conducted by Cameron Wake, research professor with the Earth Systems Research Center and the Josephine A. Lamprey Professor of Climate and Sustainability at UNH; Matt Magnusson, doctoral student in UNH's College of Engineering and Physical Sciences; Christina Foreman, affiliate research professor with the Earth Systems Research Center at UNH; and Fiona Wilson, executive director of the Center for Social Innovation and Enterprise and associate clinical professor at the Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics at UNH.


sustainableunh.org

According to UNH researchers Elizabeth Burakowski and Matthew Magnusson in their study "Climate Impacts on the Winter Tourism Economy in the United States," the $12.2 billion winter tourism industry spread out across 38 states has experienced an estimated $1 billion loss and up to 27,000 fewer jobs over the last decade due to diminished snow fall patterns and the resulting changes in the outdoor habits of Americans.


windeffects.org

9:30 Matt Magnusson
Economic Impact of the Proposed Antrim 30 MW Wind Power Project in Antrim, New Hampshire Matt Magnusson is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire's (UNH) Whittemore School of Business and Economics with a master of business administration. He currently is earning his PhD in natural resources and environmental studies at UNH and is also an adjunct lecturer at UNH, teaching sustainability business models. He has provided analysis on the economic impacts of several different environmental public policy initiatives, including work on the NH Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a carbon cap-and-trade program in the Northeast. Matt Magnusson Matt Magnusson is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire's (UNH) Whittemore School of Business and Economics with a master of business administration. He currently is earning his PhD in natural resources and environmental studies at UNH and is also an adjunct lecturer at UNH, teaching sustainability business models. He has provided analysis on the economic impacts of several different environmental public policy initiatives, including work on the NH Renewable Portfolio Standard


Green Light - News from our Sustainability Consulting Firm | Green Light

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A study authored by University of New Hampshire researchers Elizabeth Burakowski and Matthew Magnusson and published last December warns that if winter temperatures continue to warm significantly, the winter tourism industry could disappear completely in many areas of the U.S.


Osprey Packs Blog » winter

blog.ospreypacks.com [cached]

"In order to protect winter - and the hundreds of thousands whose livelihoods depend upon a snow-filled season - we must act now to support policies that protect our climate, and in turn, our slopes," wrote study authors Elizabeth Burakowski and Matthew Magnusson of the University of New Hampshire.


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