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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 …

CARI November Meeting: Thea Riofrancos on the Green New Deal

Dr. Thea Riofrancos, professor and co-author of
A Planet to Win – Why We Need a Green New Deal

How do the climate provisions of President Biden’s Build Back Better plan relate to the vision of the “Green New Deal”?…