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The pollution produced and stored along the Providence waterfront has and is having negative impacts on two nearby neighborhoods. (Frank Carini/ecoRI News)

Eco Justice for All in R.I.

Roger Williams University students in the Communities of Hope program discuss environmental-justice issues in Rhode Island, focusing on problems and solutions.

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Unfrozen: Documenting a Melting Arctic

What does a melting Arctic look like? We talked to a Rhode Island organic farmer and her Canadian partner who set out on an adventure to see firsthand and to film the changes for their documentary, "Enduring Ice."

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Plight of the Pollinators

Is your yard starving our local pollinators? Co-hosts Frank Carini and Nick Boke are joined by Anne Raver of the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society and naturalist Rick Enser to talk about the state of the state's pollinators.

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The Race to Divest from Fossil Fuels

The Fossil Fuel Divestment movement is gathering steam at Rhode Island colleges and universities. Activists enjoyed a recent success when Providence became the first capital city to agree to divest from fossil fuels.

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Should GMOs Be Labeled?

GMO food is on the rise — nearly 90 percent of the food sold in U.S. groceries is genetically engineered. Should consumers have a right to know if their food […]

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