Rhode Island Interfaith Power & Light has established an internship with CCRI, the Community College of Rhode Island. We have posted opportunities for student interns, all paying positions, with the CCRI’s Cooperative Work Experience Department. We are eager to work with student interns who are tech-savvy and experienced with social media. If you know any […]
Bill Patenaude, who spoke at RI IPL’s 2016 annual meeting, contributed a thoughtful op-ed to the Providence Journal about considerations for caring for Creation during the holiday season when we often lose sight of what is at the heart of the celebration.
Many faith traditions exchange gifts during the holiday season at the end of the year. Have you thought of giving a gift of website hosting to a student you know? Students are increasingly building out websites to publish their class projects, as we learned when we visited the Brown campus earlier this month. GreenGeeks offers affordable hosting packages and is 300 per cent powered […]
The December 2016 issue of National Geographic features an article, “The Parks of Tomorrow”, with the stunning photography you expect from National Geographic and an analysis of how climate change is impacting our national parks. The Rhode Island public libraries offer Zinio, a magazine service that allows you to access selected titles online at no […]
NuRide rewards green transportation choices. When you create a free account on NuRide, you may meet car pool and ride share partners. Or you may choose to remain anonymous and simply accumulate points each time you walk, bike, telecommute, carpool, or take public transit. You can redeem points for awards, such as a free dessert […]