As a Coastal City, Providence must plan NOW for what climate change will bring.

The Providence Resilience Partnership brings together businesses, academic institutions, nonprofits, community groups & residents to:

  • Drive leading-edge climate resilience practice to help Providence prepare for climate threats
  • Catalyze strategic planning, prioritization & implementation to address severe weather, sea level rise & other climate change impacts
  • Build understanding & consensus for resilient, equitable & environmentally sustainable long-term climate solutions for all our residents

FREE TREES AVAILABLE, JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING PLANTING

The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) – along with partners the RI Tree Council, Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association, and the Arbor Day Foundation – is giving over 2,000 trees away to Rhode Islanders this spring through the Energy-Saving Trees program. Registration opens on Friday, April 12. Now in its eighth year, this popular semiannual program helps Rhode Islanders save energy and lower their utility bills by strategically planting trees on…
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EBC 2nd Annual Stormwater Summit

Collaboration Across Boundaries – Building Resilient Watersheds Stormwater management reaches across sectors and engages professionals and the regulatory community in a variety of challenges. EBC’s second annual Stormwater Summit will cover integrated planning, implementation of stormwater management strategies at the watershed scale, and combined sewer overflow management from diverse perspectives, including from outside New England. Speakers represent communities, the nonprofit and private sectors, state…
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Snap the Shore, Track the Change

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