By Steve Ahlquist on September 28, 2017
Chief Resiliency Officer Shawn O’Roarke held the first of a series of ten Resiliency Roundtables at the Save the Bay Campus, drawing a crowd of just over 50 people interested in finding solutions to the effects of climate change.
Posted in Activism, Burrillville, Central Falls, Climate, Cranston, East Providence, Energy, Environmental Racism, Featured, Florida, Health Care, Inequality, Infrastructure, North Providence, Pawtucket, Photos, Providence, Science, Texas, Video, Warwick | Tagged Chief Resiliency Officer, climate change, Department of Administration, Division of Statewide Planning, EC4, EFSB, Energy Facilities Siting Board, Gina Raimondo, Invenergy, Monica Huertas, national grid, No LNG in PVD, Parag Agrawal, Port of Providence, Resiliency Roundtables, Rhode Island Executive Climate Change Coordinating Council, Save the Bay Campus, Shawn O'Roarke | 1 Response
By Steve Ahlquist on September 11, 2017
“Shell’s facility sits on the banks of the Providence River, poised to spew toxic chemicals into our waters and our neighborhoods with no adequate safeguards in place,” said CLF president Bradley Campbell.
Posted in Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Environmental Racism, Featured, Inequality, Infrastructure, National News, News, Providence, Rhode Island, Texas | Tagged Arkema, Bradley Campbell, Brown University, CLF, Conservation Law Foundation, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Josh Block, Narragansett Bay, Narragansett Boat Club, Providence Harbor, Providence River, Providence Terminal East Side Tank Farm, Shell, Shell’s Providence Terminal, Timmons Roberts, Valero Energy | 1 Response
By Brown University Community on May 8, 2017
In November 2017, you affirmed that the Brown community will continue to uphold “the treatment of all people with dignity.” Let’s act on these words.
Posted in Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Featured, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Texas | Tagged #ShameOnCitizens, Bayou Bridge, Brown University, citizens bank, Dakota Access, donald trump, Enbridge, Energy Transfer Partners, Great Sioux Nation, Lakota, Marathon, Mariner East, Missouri River, National Guard, NoDAPL, Phillips 66, President Christina Paxson, Standing Rock Sioux, Sunoco Logistics Partners, Trans-Pecos | 4 Responses
By Steve Ahlquist on March 29, 2017
“What could be in the cross-hairs next?” asked Laurie White, president of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, “Doing business with companies that sell soda, or garden hoses, or a polka dot ties, or provide paper towels, you get the point.
Posted in Activism, Burrillville, Business, Civil Rights, Climate, Corporate Greed, Environmental Racism, Featured, Infrastructure, Johnston, Labor, Louisiana, National News, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Photos, Providence, Rhode Island, Texas, Water, Westerly | Tagged Bayou Bridge Pipeline, Building and Construction Trades Council, citizens bank, Community Safety Act, CWA, Dakota Access Pipeline, DAPL, Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, John Igliozzi, jorge elorza, Justice Gaines, Kate Shapiro, Laurie White, Luis Aponte, Mariner East Pipeline, Michael Sabatoni, narragansett indian Tribe, Providence City Council, Providence City Council Ordinance Committee, Providence Water, Randy Noka, RI Bankers Association, RI Jobs with Justice, Sabina Matos, Scott Duhamel, SEIU National, Selene Means, seth yurdin, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Terrence Hassett, Trans-Pecos Pipeline, William Farrell | Leave a response
By Steve Ahlquist on March 20, 2017
Citizens Bank targeted by protesters for its support of the Mariner East Pipline, the Dakota Access Pipeline, the Trans-Pecos Pipeline in Texas and the Bayou Bridge Pipeline proposed for Louisiana.
Posted in Activism, Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Environmental Racism, Featured, Immigration, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Providence, Texas | Tagged Bayou Bridge Pipeline, citizens bank, Dakota Access Pipeline, Energy Transfer Partners, FANG Collective, Mariner East Pipeline, Shame on Citizens, Sunoco Logistics, Trans-Pecos Pipeline | 1 Response