Climate Justice Hour


Location: Hope & Main, 691 Main Street, Warren, Rhode Island 02885


Hosted by Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and the Office of Energy Resources.

How does heavy rain impact your area? What is your State doing to address stormwater and flooding concerns? How does addressing stormwater issues benefit your communities and your neighborhoods? How can you, and your family, get involved?

Join our guests as they guide us through their roles, how their positions can influence projects and policies and discover new and innovative products and services being used in the construction and maintenance of green stormwater infrastructure across Rhode Island and the industry.

Event Highlights

Introduction: Our guests will guide us through each of their roles, and what their positions are able to influence in projects, programs, and initiatives in the construction and maintenance of green stormwater infrastructure across the Ocean State.

Discussion: Get your questions answered by our knowledgeable speakers during an interactive Q&A session.

Action Steps: Learn practical ways you can contribute to climate justice and sustainability in your everyday life.

Who Should Attend: Individuals interested in learning the basics of climate science and environmental justice. Students, educators, community leaders, and concerned citizens seeking a foundation in these crucial topics.

And, most importantly, anyone ready to act toward a more just and sustainable future!

This event is free to attend, but registration is required to determine seating arrangements and to accommodate attendees who may need interpretive services. Reserve your spot now!  

This event is being held in-person and via Zoom.

Thank you to our host, Hope & Main, for use of their facility!




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