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DEM awards $218K for community engagement on climate change

PROVIDENCE – Six community groups will share $218,931 in grants for projects that will provide public engagement around Rhode Island's 2025 Climate Action Strategy,...

Providence, Cranston businesses have gotten a pass on pond pollution for...

Green is usually the color of choice – literally and figuratively – among the environmental crowd. But the shocking chartreuse of Providence’s Mashapaug Watershed is...
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha announced that he and the R.I. Department of Environmental Management are partnering to address stormwater runoff entering urban waterways in Providence. / COURTESY PETER F. NERONHA

Neronha, R.I. DEM partner to help address stormwater runoff entering urban...

PROVIDENCE – Citing the need to stop stormwater runoff from entering the city’s waterways, R.I. Attorney General Peter F. Neronha and the R.I. Department...

R.I. gets $1.5M to strengthen state’s food infrastructure

PROVIDENCE - The U.S. Department of Agriculture Marketing Service has partnered with the state to offer more than $1.5 million in competitive grant funding...

Report: R.I. greenhouse gas emissions 20% lower in 2020 than 1990...

PROVIDENCE – A three-year lag time in data collection and public reporting makes it difficult for state agencies and environmental advocates to measure in...

State accepting proposals for 2023 Brownfields Grant Program funding

PROVIDENCE – A request for proposals has been issued for a round of funding from the 2023 Brownfields Grant Program, Gov. Daniel J. McKee...

Putting dollars behind decarbonization: FY24 budget marks $4.5M for interagency climate council

Compared with the $14 billion bottom line of the state’s budget, $4.5 million doesn’t sound like much.  But as the first dedicated funding to the...
THE STATE IS SUING the city of Woonsocket, Dallas-based Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. and Synagro Woonsocket LLC over allegations that the city's wastewater treatment plant has partially treated sewage leaking into the Blackstone River. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK

R.I. suing Woonsocket, 2 contractors over wastewater plant leaks into Blackstone...

PROVIDENCE – The city of Woonsocket and the two private contractors that operate the city’s wastewater treatment plant will be taken to court by...
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Environmental Management will receive $846,343 in grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to replace freight trucks and diesel-burning marine engines that move products and services across the state.

R.I. DEM receives $846K in federal grants to help state replace...

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management will receive $846,343 in grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to replace freight trucks and...

R.I. receives $3.1M from EPA for brownfield projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island will receive $3.1 million in Environmental Protection Agency funding for brownfield projects, the EPA announced Monday. The agency will give the...
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