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An open letter from Climate Action Rhode Island to Governor Gina Raimondo

Dear Gina, Congratulations on being named Chair of the Democratic Governors Association. Our organization, Climate Action Rhode Island, decided...

Climate Action RI responds to State Senator Elaine Morgan with dinner at Amigos Taqueria...

Over twenty people, mostly members of Climate Action Rhode Island (CARI) but also members of many other activist groups in Rhode Island, enjoyed dinner...

Climate Action Rhode Island releases 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...

Waterfire (and the Climate Crisis) sponsored by National Grid

As the National Grid sponsored Waterfire began, activists from Climate Action Rhode Island and the George Wiley Center, in concert with more than 200...

Updated: Invenergy lawyer donates to Melissa Murray’s Senate District 24 campaign

Updated September 1, 2pm: At-large Woonsocket City Councilmember Melissa Murray, who is running as a progressive Democrat for the open Rhode Island Senate District 24...

Voters deliver a petition to demand that Governor Raimondo debate her primary opponents

"We are here to present a petition that has over 300 signatures to try to persuade Governor Raimondo to three debates before the...

Dominion lawyer says $150,000 tax stabilization reduction is actually an increase

The Providence City Council Finance Committee met Monday evening to hear testimony of the alteration of a tax stabilization agreement between the City of...

Advocates challenge National Grid rate increase and National Grid’s need to exist

"This is no longer a negotiation," said Paul Rakotoarisoa, one of the co-chairs of the Providence Democratic Socialists of America. "We are not asking...

General Assembly fast tracking asthma inducing biomass incinerator for high rolling campaign contributor

This has all happened before... H8020, legislation "clearly designed to benefit one company" and "to benefit one guy," is being fast tracked through the General...

Indivisible RI: No President is above the law

Over 200 people gathered at the Rhode Island State House Saturday afternoon as part of Indivisible Rhode Island's "No president is above the law"...