Providence affirms commitment to global climate action on the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement

December 12 marks the five-year anniversary of the world coming together to sign on to the Paris Agreement and Providence is marking the moment by committing to a national mobilization for a clean energy economy and centering their own operations in pursuit of climate action. In doing so, Providence joined over a thousand leaders from local governments, businesses, universities, and other institutions across the country as part of the “America Is All In” joint statement.

The “America Is All In” declaration is organized by We Are Still In, a coalition in support for climate action and a pledge to uphold the United States commitments to reduce emissions under the Paris Agreement. With more than 3,900 organizations and institutions across all sectors of the United States, these leaders represent over half of the national population, nearly two-thirds of the economy, and more than half of the country’s emissions. While the United States officially exited the Paris Agreement on November 4, the incoming Biden-Harris administration has committed to reentering the unprecedented global agreement. 

View the statement and signatories at

Learn more at

About the Author

The Providence News Team brings you the updates to keep you informed about what's happening across the organizational ecosystem. From partnerships to new doctor announcements, we are committed to keeping you informed.

More Content by Providence News Team
Previous Article
Providence contributes $1 million to local food banks
Providence contributes $1 million to local food banks

In response to the current economic environment and the holiday season, Providence is addressing food insec...

Next Article
Providence names Michelle L. Edwards as chief experience officer
Providence names Michelle L. Edwards as chief experience officer

Michelle L. Edwards, DNP, FACHE, FAANP will serve as Providence’s new chief experience officer (CXO), effec...