News Release | Environment Rhode Island

New Report: Rhode Island still has days too smoggy to be outside

According to a new report from the Environment Rhode Island Research and Policy Center, the Providence metropolitan area and South County combined last year for a total of six days with smog levels above the 75 parts per billion ozone standard set by EPA.

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A Healthy Environment is Key to a Healthy Economy

Obama jobs speech reestablishes commitment to clean energy and better transportation infrastructure.

News Release | Environment Rhode Island

Obama Administration Decision on Smog Standards Puts Thousands of Lives at Risk

An Obama administration decision not to update ozone pollution standards will increase public risk of asthma attacks, permanent lung damage, and premature deaths.

News Release | Environment Rhode Island

Salazar Announces Step Forward for Offshore Wind in Rhode Island

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced that the Department of the Interior will be conducting research on an area off the coast of Rhode Island with potential for offshore wind.

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Environment Rhode Island announces filing of landmark settlement to keep sewage out of Newport beaches and harbor

Environment Rhode Island declared a critical victory for Newport beaches and harbor today, announcing that the City of Newport has agreed to take steps to end its illegal sewage and stormwater pollution. These cleanup measures are part of a proposed settlement of a federal lawsuit brought by Environment Rhode Island and local residents to enforce the Clean Water Act.

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