While New Hampshire works with other states on climate change legal matters, the attorney general’s office typically avoids joining coalitions outside of actual litigation, said Allen Brooks, senior assistant attorney general.
That’s from today’s Concord Monitor story (here) about New Hampshire was the only New England state missing from the list of 17 state attorneys general in a coalition aimed at combating climate change.
At least we’re still in RGGI, which probably is more important in the long run.
The “coalition” seems more bent on stifling dissent than “combating climate change.” See, for example, http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/04/11/attorney-generals-conspire-free-speech-schneiderman-harris-exxon-cei-column/82878218/
(This is apart from the issue of why NH isn’t in the coalition, of course.)