Rhode Island Actions

Arm chair on fire - toxic chemicals

Demand Action on Cancer-Causing Chemicals

Earlier this summer, the Rhode Island general assembly went home without finishing their work, leaving dozens of bills in legislative limbo.

Waste_Plastic_National_Pile. Photo: Mikadun / Shutterstock

Rhode Island’s Bottle Deposit Bill

Recycling here in Rhode Island is mediocre at best. In 2015, our municipal recycling rate hovered around 25% -- an unimpressive figure when compared to other states.

Gas flare - black smoke. Photo credit: Leonid Ikan / Shutterstock

Say NO to a Gas Plant in Providence

We don't need a new Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) plant here in Providence and Mayor Elorza needs to stand with us to stop it!

Flooding in the Point Neighborhood in Newport RI - February 2016. Photo credit: Lauren Carson / Clean Water Action

Making Oil and Gas Pay for Climate Change Pollution

Climate Change is already impacting residents and businesses in our state. Stronger storms are causing increased flooding of residences and businesses and warming waters are decimating lobster and flounder populations.