Learn about the U.S. EPA’s National Environmental Youth Advisory Council

Learn about the U.S. EPA’s National Environmental Youth Advisory Council

Do you know anyone between the ages of 16 and 29 who’s interested in having a say in U.S. environmental policy?  This webinar will offer them a chance to learn about the EPA’s new National Environmental Youth Advisory Council (NEYAC) and the application process to become a member of the Council.  The U.S. EPA announced…

ASAP: 2023 Climate Service Providers Academy

ASAP: 2023 Climate Service Providers Academy

The Climate Service Providers Academy, sponsored by the NOAA Climate Adaptation Partnerships Program, is a six-week virtual course hosted by the American Society of Adaptation Professionals. Designed for climate adaptation practitioners, this virtual academy will provide tools and examples of the strategies and approaches that constitute high-quality climate change adaptation and resilience practice across North…

SNEP: Demystifying Floodplain Management- What you need to know

Join the EPA Region 1 Southeast New England Program for an upcoming webinar that delves into the fundamentals of floodplain management, tailored for municipalities and property owners. Led by experts from the Narragansett Bay Research Reserve and the Blackstone Watershed Collaborative, the webinar will cover important topics such as FEMA’s guidelines on elevation certificates and…

Georgetown Climate Center: Decreasing Flood Risk through Regional Collaborations: Lessons from the Field
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Georgetown Climate Center: Decreasing Flood Risk through Regional Collaborations: Lessons from the Field

Every year, flooding causes billions of dollars in damage across the U.S. with devastating losses for individuals, families, and communities. Join this webinar hosted by the Georgetown Climate Center (GCC) and Headwaters Economics that examines the disconnect between the impacts of major flooding and the availability of federal funding through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs…

USDOT’s Webinar on Identifying Discretionary Grant Opportunities
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USDOT’s Webinar on Identifying Discretionary Grant Opportunities

The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) is hosting a webinar to provide information about identifying and responding to Federal transportation grant opportunities. The USDOT Discretionary Grants Dashboard will be showcased during the webinar. The new tool makes it easier to search for and find grant opportunities depending on the type of project, organization type,…

Bryant University’s Earth Day Symposium on Climate & Sustainability

Bryant University’s Earth Day Symposium on Climate & Sustainability

Bryant University is hosting its 1st annual Earth Day Symposium on Climate and Sustainability in an effort to promote climate related discussions and actions. In today’s society, companies are creating new roles specifically for implementing sustainability into their operations. It is a field full of opportunities for recent college graduates that are studying both arts…

Community Learning Event About Residential Stormwater Solutions 

Community Learning Event About Residential Stormwater Solutions 

Come join the Bristol town community in discovering the most effective practices for managing residential stormwater runoff. At the event, experts will share their knowledge on a variety of topics, including rain barrels, permeable pavers, and bioretention basins. You’ll learn how these methods can be easily implemented at home to help prevent polluted stormwater runoff…

State Agency Climate Justice Hour: Transportation & Mobility | Apr. 10th, 2023 6-7:30p.m. 

State Agency Climate Justice Hour: Transportation & Mobility | Apr. 10th, 2023 6-7:30p.m. 

The RI Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) will be hosting its third Climate Justice Hour to continue conversations about creating climate justice for Rhode Islanders. Chris Gaynor (Climate Justice Specialist with the RIDEM) and Greg Ohadoma (Energy Justice Manager with the RI Office on Energy Resources (OER) want to hear from community voices, organizers, and…

SNEP: Funding Water Quality Restoration and Climate Resilience Projects in Rhode Island

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. With unprecedented funding available for this work, this workshop will provide a roadmap by highlighting key funding opportunities for water quality and climate resilience projects. This workshop will allow participants…