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News Release | Environment Rhode Island Research and Policy Center

New report highlights how toxic “accidents waiting to happen” threaten U.S. waterways

Facilities storing billions of gallons of toxic waste threaten America’s rivers and millions of people who live near them, according to a new report from the Environment Rhode Island Research & Policy Center, RIPIRG Education Fund and the Frontier Group.

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News Release | Environment Rhode Island

Environment Rhode Island urges officials to adopt energy-saving standards for common products

Environment Rhode Island joined environmental and consumer allies to urge the state legislature to adopt updated appliance efficiency standards on 17 products, including commercial dishwashers, commercial fryers, water coolers and faucets.

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A new wave of legislation against offshore drilling | Kelsey Lamp

Earlier this month, a group of legislators from both coasts signed onto a wave of eight bills in Congress aimed at blocking the Trump administration’s offshore drilling plan.

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Report | Environment Rhode Island Research & Policy Center

Climate Solutions from Day One

New governors are getting ready to take office in 20 states, from Florida to Alaska. As America’s newly elected governors prepare to take on their states’ biggest challenges, they should prioritize taking bold action on the greatest challenge of our time: climate change.

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Stunningly Beautiful Underwater Explorations | Kelsey Lamp

As we stare down apocalyptic news about the state of our oceans and life on earth, it’s good to take a step back and remind ourselves just what we are fighting for. For me, that means taking a (virtual) dive through the unique and otherworldly beauty that is the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument. For the uninitiated, the Canyons and Seamounts, located to the Southeast of Cape Cod, is a marine protected area--a blue park--that is designed to protect diverse and unique marine places from exploitation.

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