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Die-In at Chase Bank in Providence

As part of a nationwide series of protests against Chase Bank’s reckless investment in fossil fuels, Climate Action RI disrupted the Chase Bank branch on Thayer Street last Friday.

Ten activists occupied the branch for over 25 minutes, lying down …

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“The thought of structuring my life – my use of limited time, resources, physical and mental energy, and capacity – to devote it to normal American things, to give them so much time that they distract and detract from trying …

If These Shadows Remain Unaltered…

This column is heavy. It’s going to make you uncomfortable. If I had read it 10 years ago, or maybe even 6 months ago, it would have made me uncomfortable. It is making me uncomfortable to write. If I had …

Climate Action RI 2018 General Election Endorsements

Climate Action Rhode Island (CARI), the Rhode Island affiliate of 350.org, is proud to announce its enthusiastic endorsement of 13 candidates for State House seats in Rhode Island.

The climate crisis poses an existential threat to humanity and Rhode …

Climate Action RI 2018 Primary Endorsements

Climate Action Rhode Island (CARI), the Rhode Island affiliate of 350.org, is proud to announce its enthusiastic endorsement of nine candidates for executive and legislative office in Rhode Island.

The climate crisis poses an existential threat to humanity and …

Climate Action RI Endorses Matt Brown for Governor

 

Climate Action Rhode Island (CARI), the Rhode Island affiliate of 350.org, is proud to announce its enthusiastic endorsement of Matt Brown for Governor of Rhode Island.

The climate crisis poses an existential threat to humanity, and to Rhode Island

The Case for Urgent Climate Action in Rhode Island

Hi everyone. My name is Justin Boyan. I live with my family here in Providence. I’m a former NASA research scientist and senior engineer at Google, with a Ph.D. in statistical machine learning. More importantly, I’m a proud dad of

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