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An Open Letter to JPMorganChase CEO Jamie Dimon: Stop Line 3

To:  James Dimon
CEO, JPMorgan Chase

From: Climate Action Rhode Island
March 15, 2021

Dear Mr. Dimon:

Members of Climate Action Rhode Island (CARI) call upon Chase Bank to cancel its financing of Enbridge, the company building the Line 3

Act On Climate 2021: House Hearing Friday Feb. 26

Three weeks ago, CARI activists came through with over 450 letters of support for S. 78, “Act On Climate 2021.” The Senate hearing was a rousing success!

Now it’s time to shock and awe the House of Representatives before the …

Act On Climate 2021: Senate Hearing Wednesday Feb. 3

After seven long years of ignoring the climate crisis, the Rhode Island General Assembly is finally poised to take climate action!

A new bill, “Act On Climate,” would commit the state to slash greenhouse gas emissions through a fast, just, …

Jan. 26 Panel Presentation: Key RI Climate Bills for 2021

Join us on Zoom from 7:00–8:30pm on the evening of Tuesday, January 26 to hear from a panel of Rhode Island climate policy experts on what key climate bills are expected to be introduced at the State House this session. …

CARI’s 2020 General Election Endorsements

The eight regional teams of CARI’s Political and Legislative Mobilization group have interviewed candidates across Rhode Island, and are proud to announce the following additional endorsements for the November 2020 general election:

For President and Vice-President of the United States

Endorsement: Lauren Carson for House District 75 (Newport)

Climate Action Rhode Island enthusiastically endorses Lauren Carson for a fourth term as the State Representative for District 75 (Newport). Representative Carson has built a career fighting for environmental causes. She served as the New Jersey State Director of Clean

Endorsement: Jack Lyle for House District 46 (Lincoln / Pawtucket)

CARI endorses Representative Jack Lyle (Independent), the incumbent representative in RI House District 46. Seeking his second term to represent his Lincoln and Pawtucket district, he faces a Democratic and a Republican challenger in the November general election. Representative Lyle