New Hampshire is hosting a conference on climate change preparedness in the Northeast.
The conference is being held Monday through Wednesday in Manchester. Antioch University New England is hosting it along with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The conference is bringing together planners and decision-makers from the northern Chesapeake Bay to Maine to learn how to build healthy and resilient community plans, and how to prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Gov. Maggie Hassan is speaking on "The State of New Hampshire and Climate Solutions for Communities" on Monday.
Other speakers scheduled are from the Army National Guard, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, and the University of New Hampshire.