PROVIDENCE — The legislative process has slowed to a crawl for environmental bills, as the 2019 session of the General Assembly nears the finish, which may come soon as June 28.
The peaks and canyons of Cashes Ledge support diverse habitats. Besides fish, the area is home to rare sponges and a kelp forest.
A word check of the analysis submitted by Invenergy in its application for a Clear River Energy Center air-pollution permit reveals that it doesn’t contain a word about climate change. Nor, for that matter, do the documents posted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. Opinion
COVENTRY, R.I. — The Department of Planning & Development recently issued a cease-and-desist order to an unauthorized solar installation off Carr’s Trail.
PROVIDENCE — Some municipalities and developers are troubled about losing land to solar projects that could be used to build new homes.