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Video reminds us of how vulnerable we are locally to climate change

As leaders from around the world convene for the next climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland in November and the world focuses on global changes, it’s easy to forget how climate changes and extremes can affect people locally. In 2019, ONE|NB, the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council, and Steer Media teamed up to create a video to highlight the flooding that occurred here in 2010. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
oneneighborhoodbuilders
September 6, 2022
Featured - Our Stories & VoicesOur Stories & Voices

Video reminds us of how vulnerable we are locally to climate change

As leaders from around the world convene for the next climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland in November and the world focuses on global changes, it’s easy to forget how climate changes and extremes can affect people locally. In 2019, ONE|NB, the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council, and Steer Media teamed up to create a video to highlight the flooding that occurred here in 2010. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
oneneighborhoodbuilders
September 6, 2022
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Testimony urges increased investments in housing, backs tax stabilization agreement, historic tax credit

Jennifer Hawkins, Executive Director of ONE Neighborhood Builders, testified before the State Senate Finance Committee on Thursday, April 7, 2022, along with other housing advocates in favor of boosting the State's investment of ARPA funds for housing, tax stabilization incentives, and the the historic tax credit. CLICK TO READ MRE
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11 bills aim to help address RI housing crisis; advocates urge more spending on housing

Developing and preserving more affordable housing throughout Rhode Island took center stage at the State House with the announcement that 11 bills to help address the state's housing crisis. And our Executive Director, Jennifer Hawkins joined other housing advocates to testify before the House Finance Committee about the Governor's proposed budget for the next fiscal year. CLICK TO READ MORE