Priscilla De La Cruz
By Steve Ahlquist on April 29, 2017
“Donald Trump is a threat to the future of our planet, the safety of our communities, and the health of our families.”
Posted in Activism, Civil Rights, Class Warfare, Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Environmental Racism, Featured, Indigenous Americans, Inequality, Infrastructure, LGBTQ, Massachusetts, National News, Newport, News, Photos, Providence, Race & Racism, Religion, Rhode Island, State House, Video, Washington DC, Water | Tagged aaron regunberg, Adnan Adrian Wood-Smith, Brown University, citizens bank, Dakota Access Pipeline, DAPL, donald trump, Elizabeth Hoover, General Assembly, islam, Kaylynn Polley, Lincoln School, Marcia Ranglin-Vassell, Michael Araujo, Mother Earth, People's Climate March, People’s Power and Light, Phoebe Roberts, Priscilla De La Cruz, Rhode Island State House, Rhode Island Student Climate Coalition, RI Jobs with Justice, Timmons Roberts, university of rhode island | Leave a response
By Steve Ahlquist on September 29, 2016
The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission today ruled against Conservation Law Foundation’s motion to dismiss National Grid’s proposed pipeline tariff and instead issued an indefinite stay.
Posted in Activism, Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Featured, Health Care, Infrastructure, News, Photos, Rhode Island, Video | Tagged ANE pipeline, CLF, Conservation Law Foundation, fossil free ri, Herbert DeSimone Jr, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, meg curran, Megan Herzog, national grid, NOLNGinPVD, Priscilla De La Cruz, Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission, RI Sierra Club, RIPUC, The FANG Collective, Toxics Action Center | 1 Response
By Priscilla De La Cruz on August 3, 2016
Why should consumers take on the long-term risk of a new, unnecessary natural gas pipeline?
Posted in Activism, Class Warfare, Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Featured, Infrastructure, News, Rhode Island, Video | Tagged Access Northeast, national grid, People’s Power & Light, Priscilla De La Cruz | 4 Responses
By Steve Ahlquist on August 3, 2016
National Grid not only wants Rhode Island ratepayers to subsidize for the build up of fracked gas infrastructure, they want consumers to ensure that the project is profitable for the company.
Posted in Activism, Class Warfare, Climate, Corporate Greed, Energy, Featured, Infrastructure, National News, Photos, Rhode Island, Video | Tagged 2014 Resilient Rhode Island Act., Algonquin, Ben Weilerstein, Doug Gablinske, FANG Collective, Laura Perez, lauren niedel, Lorraine Savard, Lynn Clark, Margaret Curran, Marion Gold, national grid, Nick Katkevich, Priscilla De La Cruz, Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission, RIPUC, TEC-RI, Toxics Action Center | 5 Responses