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End of National Grid incentive for parking lot solar canopies sparks...

PROVIDENCE – After a two-year test run, National Grid has nixed a program that gives developers extra money to build solar canopies on parking...

National Grid parking lot solar array incentive in question amid rising...

PROVIDENCE - With rising costs and uncertain benefits, National Grid Rhode Island wants to pull the plug on its financial incentives for developers who...
Tricia Jedele / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Five Questions With: Tricia Jedele

Tricia Jedele | Atlantic Coast offshore wind policy manager, The Nature Conservancy 1. This is a new position for The Nature Conservancy. What does...

Why climate change is making it harder to chase fall foliage

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Droughts that cause leaves to turn brown and wither before they can reach peak color. Heat waves prompting leaves to...
DIGGING IN: Sue AnderBois holds a giant fork for her 40 Under Forty photo.

Dining out: R.I.’s up-and-coming foodies

You might be a foodie if your go-to prop for a photo opportunity is a giant fork. That is a big indication that Providence Business...

Sue AnderBois

2021 40 Under Forty Awards Sue AnderBois | 38 | Climate and Energy Program Manager, The Nature Conservancy What was your first job? I checked...

PBN announces 2021 40 Under Forty honorees

PROVIDENCE – Forty young professionals have been chosen as the winners of Providence Business News’ 17th annual 40 Under Forty program. Awardees were selected based...

R.I. Infrastructure Bank, Nature Conservancy open applications for climate resilience grant...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank and The Nature Conservancy are seeking applicants for their 2021 Municipal Resilience Program, according to a news...
DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS to The Meadows, a 125-acre farm in the Potowomut area of Warwick, have been purchased by the state and The Nature Conservancy. / TIM MOONEY/COURTESY THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

Development rights to 125-acre Warwick farm acquired by state, The Nature...

WARWICK – Development rights to a 125-acre farm in the Potowomut section of the city have been sold and placed under permanent protection, according...
NATURAL CLEANSER: Ryan Kopp, coordinator of the Providence Stormwater Innovation Center, explains how a stormwater basin clears pollutants from runoff inside Roger Williams Park. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Providence Stormwater Innovation Center using park to experiment

After three consecutive days of stifling, 90-degree heat, any droplets of water had long since evaporated from the shallow inlet of vegetation outside the...

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