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Paths to Progress

"Our mission is to promote completion of the state’s bike path system, including connecting all existing bike paths and expanding it to the state’s borders. With 8 existing bike paths waiting to be connected, there are a number of projects that are either shovel ready, planned, or proposed throughout the rest of the state. To assist with this effort, please use the form below to tell us where you would like to see additional paths constructed or provide any other feedback. Thank you in advance for your assistance."

From the website January 3, 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....

Providence Racial and Environmental Justice Committee

"[T]he Racial and Environmental Justice Committee (REJC) [is] made up of people of color representing frontline communities in the City. The work began with anti-racism trainings, which presented a racial equity analysis for City and community members. The REJC then assessed the needs and priorities of community members and researched best practices for equitable sustainable community development."

From the 2017 report, January 14, 2019.

Livable RI

"Livable RI is a guide by Rhode Islanders, for Rhode Islanders.

A collaborative product of the members of the Civic Alliance for a Cooler Rhode Island (CACRI), this manual is designed to offer practical, up-to-date advice on:

  • Reducing our contributions to climate change,
  • Building relationships with each other and with our environment, and
  • Making Rhode Island more livable for all of us."

From the website, January 8, 2019.

National Grid Energy Innovation Hub

From the website:

Exhibits include information about energy savings tips, energy efficiency, renewable energy, electric vehicles, connected solutions (demand response), and ways to reduce energy bills. Guests can sign up for a no-cost home energy assessment and learn about the impact their energy choices have on the ultimate goal of a clean energy future.

The Hub is open to the public Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm. By appointment on Thursday. Groups are welcome.



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