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Climate Crisis Campaign

"We call upon the Rhode Island government to take immediate action to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions by phasing out fossil fuels, create a just and equitable transition to a sustainable economy, and invest in adaptation and resilience to protect the people and places we love."

From the website, January 19, 2022

Climate Jobs RI

"The 2020 election results in Rhode Island demonstrated a growing sentiment among voters for a stronger focus on moving the state towards a Green Economy. In the weeks after the election conversations occurred between labor, environmental, and political leaders across the state and the Climate Jobs Rhode Island Group was formed....

South County Sunrise

"Sunrise is a youth-led movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.

"Nationally, we're building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on our politics, and elect leaders who stand up for the health and wellbeing of all people.

"Locally, we’re building a coalition of voices to represent Rhode Island’s South County Community in this fight against climate change."

From the Facebook page October 9, 2019.

Fossil Free RI

"Fossil Free Rhode Island spurs real action on runaway climate change, which poses a mortal threat to the web of life of which the human species is a part. We seek justice for those on the front lines of climate change both locally and globally, which includes low-income communities, people of color, indigenous populations, and vulnerable communities in general."

From the website September 12, 2019.

RI EC4 Advisory Board

"The EC4 Advisory Board is charged with advising the EC4 on all matters pertaining to the duties and powers of the Council, including evaluating and making recommendations regarding plans, programs, and strategies relating to climate change mitigation and adaptation. It shall also assist the EC4 in communication/outreach and improving public access to resources/information about climate change (both mitigation and adaptation) so as to build public support for making RI’s communities more resilient."

From the website September 11, 2019


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