Rhode Island

How Conserving Atlantic Herring Protects Puffins

Atlantic herring are not the most charismatic fish.  Small, oily, and, as it turns out, capable of communicating through their flatulence, they are not the top of the list of …

Block Island Wind Farm Gives Business Leaders a “Glimpse into the Future”

Just before the winds chilled for fall’s late arrival, business leaders from across the Northeast got out on the water to tour America’s first five offshore wind turbines. Since its …

The Unifying Appeal of Offshore Wind Power

Now that America’s first offshore wind power project is up and running, it’s time to get out on the water and soak in the massive clean energy opportunity we’re just …

Sunrise on Block Island Wind Farm

Why we are fighting for offshore wind power

For years, the National Wildlife Federation has called on our leaders in Washington and coastal states to seize the abundant clean energy potential in the wind off our shores. Until December …

3 Reasons 2016 was America’s Best Year Ever for Offshore…

America’s First Offshore Wind Power Project is COMPLETE!

America’s Next Energy Chapter Has Begun!

Finally! America’s First Offshore Wind Power Project Nears Completion

The moment America begins harnessing the power of offshore wind – a critical climate change solution – is finally just weeks away. On Monday, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo passionately …

Atlantic Pioneer: Serving the First U.S. Offshore Wind Project

This will be a tough Earth Day to top. Historic clean energy progress, celebrated on a sunny dock in the Ocean State marks a preview of what’s to come along the …

Offshore Wind Powers Local Jobs

Today we continue to applaud the remarkable commitment and ingenuity that is launching America’s offshore wind power industry — a model to remind leaders all along the coast what is possible and …

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