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

Learn about RI’s MyCoast Project!

Rising sea levels have brought increased flooding to low-lying coastal areas around Rhode Island in recent years. Volunteers have taken thousands of photographs of local areas flooded by king tides and storms and uploaded them to MyCoast.org/ri, an online database that tags the photos with tidal and weather information and locates them on a map.  Learn how these photos are being used for planning and restoration in this  “MyCoast in Action” webinar on Thursday, Feb….
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SNEP Grant Funding Webinar for RI

Check out this year’s EPA Southern New England Program Network (SNEP) Rhode Island Grant Funding Workshop. One of the challenges that communities face when addressing water quality, flooding and/or other climate change impacts is identifying funding mechanisms to support their projects. There are several funding programs available for this work, but it is often difficult to identify which projects are the best fit for each,…
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Snap the Shore, Track the Change

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