PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Gov. Gina Raimondo has ordered the event of a statewide plan to raised cope with the consequences of local weather change.
The Democratic governor stated the state has four hundred miles of shoreline, making it uniquely weak to local weather change challenges, akin to a rise in sea degree.
She signed an government order Friday to designate an worker of a quasi-state company as Rhode Island’s first “chief resiliency officer.” She charged him with working with native leaders, companies, nonprofits and others to develop an motion plan by July 1 to make the state extra resilient.
The state’s congressional delegation attended the signing on the Statehouse.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Jack Reed stated that with the Trump administration “strolling away” from the difficulty of local weather change, state and native governments should step up.
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