Fossil Free Rhode Island spurs real action on runaway climate change, which poses a mortal threat to the biosphere of which the human species is a part. We seek to redress inequitable distribution of environmental burdens of both local and global impact. We believe that all institutions that serve the public good should divest from fossil fuels.

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  1. National Defense Authorization Act of 2018, a recurring bipartisan crime

    […] Within five years we can have a just transition—yes, that includes our fellow Rhode Islanders who work for EB workers—to a green economy, well before the 2035 deadline demanded here. […]

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