newportFILM Zooms in on Zero Waste

Between 30 and 40 volunteers help out at events during the summer season, with five of those volunteers committed to the event’s green team, who staff the three-bin zero waste stations across the venue and educate attendees on where their trash goes.

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URI Looks to Tackle Mounting Plastic Pollution with Land-to-Sea Solutions

It will take collaboration, innovation anew to solve the environmental and public-health problems being caused by the world’s overreliance on plastics. A new school-wide research network at the University of Rhode Island hopes to do just that.

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New River Advocacy Group Works to Nip Pollution Problems

SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — Nips. Ubiquitous nips. These tiny and empty bottles of cheap booze were omnipresent during a recent Earth Day cleanup in the village of Wakefield.

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