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We are concerned citizens working to build the climate movement in Rhode Island. An affiliate of 350.org, we’re fighting for 100% renewable energy, a clean and sustainable earth, and environmental justice for all.

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June Community Meeting: Bill McKibben!

SPECIAL EVENT — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Climate Action Rhode Island is proud to welcome one of the world’s foremost climate organizers, Bill McKibben, to our June 1, 2022 Community Meeting.

Very few people on Earth have Bill’s ability to …

May Community Meeting: The Steel Yard and Farm Fresh

What’s it like for a nonprofit organization in Rhode Island to go solar? The Steel Yard and Farm Fresh RI, two Providence-based nonprofits with statewide impact, have installed solar arrays on their facilities in recent years.

On Wednesday, May 4,

Leaking Gas a Danger to Environment and Our Safety

Terry Bontrager and Martina Müller
Guest columnists – Providence Journal – March 25, 2022
 

In their column “Workers have a climate plan for region” (Commentary, March 9), Cynthia Phinney, Pat Crowley, and Joe Toner make a strong case for “uniting …

CARI March Community Meeting: CARI’s Endorsed Bills for 2022

In addition to the 100% by 2030 Renewable Energy Standard, many other pieces of climate-related legislation are being considered at the State House this year.

At next Wednesday evening’s online CARI Community Meeting, we’ll present a rundown of the most

Day of Action!! Climate Zombies Protest Fossil Fuel Funding

 

PROVIDENCE, RI – OCTOBER 29, 2021 — With tattered clothing and ghoulishly painted faces activists expressed their fears of climate destruction by guising themselves as zombies doomed to wander an unlivable earth. As a part of a national Day …

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