Two new Communities and Consequences Specials

Working the Housing Problem

Working the Housing Problem in Cities

A Communities and Consequences Special

Thousands of New Hampshire residents are struggling to find affordable and inviting housing in their communities. This program explores the process that takes place in New Hampshire cities looking to create new housing units.

Working the Housing Problem in Towns

A Communities and Consequences Special

New Hampshire towns and rural communities have a unique challenge in solving the housing crisis. This program seeks to better understand the process, and the associated risks, challenges, and opportunities, to creating more housing in the Granite State.


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Since 1990 NH has accelerated from 28th oldest state (by median age) to 2nd oldest. We must act now to rebalance the human ecology of NH. 


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Working the Housing Problem in Cities

Working the Housing Problem in Cities

A Communities and Consequences Special.

Barriers, Solutions and Collaborations - 10/7/2021

Barriers, Solutions and Collaborations - 10/7/2021

A discussion on workforce housing and the demographics of NH.

Compensation, Health Insurance and Family Medical Leave

Compensation, Health Insurance and Family Medical Leave

NHPBS and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health present a series of online interactive screenings.

Communities and Consequences II

Communities and Consequences II

The impacts of the aging of such a large demographic cohort are seen nationwide.


Job Creation and Challenges - 3/18/2021

Job Creation and Challenges - 3/18/2021

A discussion on job creation and challenges in New Hampshire.

Screening Discussion - Legislation and Policy - 3/1/2021

Screening Discussion - Legislation and Policy - 3/1/2021

NHPBS and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health present a series of online interactive screenings.

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The population bulge known as the baby boom is reaching social security age and beyond.

Communities and Consequences II (Preview)

Communities and Consequences II (Preview)

New Hampshire and northern New England are suffering a far more severe demographic maelstrom. Here the rapidly rising number of seniors have been accompanied by shrinking numbers of younger adults and children"”an unbalancing of the region's human ecology.

Mt Washington Valley - Web Extra

Mt Washington Valley - Web Extra

Members of the Workforce Housing Coalition took action.

Keene - Web Extra

Keene - Web Extra

Keene is a city that wants to grow.

Pelham - Web Extra

Pelham - Web Extra

Pelham's Planning Director saw a need to increase the amount of workforce housing.

Upper Valley - Web Extra

Upper Valley - Web Extra

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health is helping attract more people to the region to fill jobs.

Bradford - Web Extra

Bradford - Web Extra

A look at addressing the workforce housing shortage.

Dave Hennessey - Web Extra

Dave Hennessey - Web Extra

Dave Hennessey shares his thoughts on expanding housing stock.

Sarah Wrightsman - Web Extra

Sarah Wrightsman - Web Extra

Sarah shares her insights on housing and community.