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Meet Finley! Finley is one of our newer interns who joined us this February has done an amazing job putting together articles for our Scrap Book as well as entering valuable data and helping with our social media posts. In addition to being a senior at the University of Rhode Island, Finley is an accomplished...
|2018-04-04 17:00:40||Read the story at the source....|
|RIFPC Welcomes Nessa Richman as new Network Director!||2018-03-01 18:29:37||Read the story at the source....|
|Spalding to receive Lifetime Achievement Award from SUNY Albany||
Curt Spalding, Professor of the Practice of Environment and Society at IBES, will receive a Lifetime Achievment Award from SUNY Alabany's Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, where he earned his Master of Public Affairs.
|2017-10-20 14:33:56||Read the story at the source....|
|Environmentalist Pledges Gubernatorial Campaign On Wide Range Of Issues||2017-10-03 16:39:22||Read the story at the source....|
|Environmentalist Pledges Gubernatorial Campaign On Wide Range Of Issues||
Paul Roselli, president of the Burrillville Land Trust and opponent of a proposed natural gas power plant in the same town, has officially announced his run for governor of Rhode Island. The Democrat made the announcement via email on Tuesday.
|2017-10-03 16:04:40||Read the story at the source....|
|Burrillville Power Plant Opponent Plans To Announce Run For Governor||
Paul Roselli, president of the Burrillville Land Trust, is expected to challenge Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo in a Democratic primary in 2018.
|2017-10-02 04:02:31||Read the story at the source....|
|Introducing: Brian Lander, Faculty Fellow||
Brian Lander, formerly a Ziff Environmental Fellow at Harvard University, joins the ranks of IBES fellows this fall as Assistant Professor of History.
|2017-08-01 18:19:55||Read the story at the source....|
|Introducing: Tyler Kartzinel, Faculty Fellow||
Nature is full of surprising interactions between species. Whether it’s by working together, avoiding each other, competing with one another, or making a meal out of one another, species are connected in a variety of ways.
|2017-08-01 18:53:20||Read the story at the source....|
|Mark Patinkin: Gen. Nathanael Greene's legacy stretches far beyond R.I.||
My editor told me that Aug. 7 is the 275th birthday of Revolutionary War Gen. Nathanael Greene, and though I knew he was a native son, I assumed his legacy was mostly local.But I looked into it and am embarrassed at never appreciating how, at least by one measure, Nathanael Greene likely has the biggest national footprint of anyone from Rhode Island.It turns out there are 21 cities and towns named after him across the country, including Greensboro, North Carolina. [...]
|2017-07-29 04:50:42||Read the story at the source....|
|Former EPA administrator for N.E., Curt Spalding, joins Brown environmental institute||
The immediate past U.S. EPA Administrator for New England (Region 1), H.
|2017-07-10 20:43:32||Read the story at the source....|