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RWU Students Create Happy Home For Clownfish

BRISTOL, R.I.__ Roger Williams University students in the marine biology department create successful fish habitats when they monitor the temperature of the water. Clownfish can sustain temperature change in their habits of a couple degrees in captivity. 69 more words

Climate Change

RWU Sends Waste to be Composted

Bristol R.I. __ Foregoing traditional practices of sending all organic and inorganic waste to the landfill, Roger Williams University is instead paying to have it composted. 435 more words

Farming

Recycling rate at Roger Williams University brings questions to campus community

The recycling rate at Roger Williams University over the past three years has been consistent, consistently low. In 2014, the recycling rate was a measly 21 percent which is far below the national average. 110 more words

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Is a low recycling rate good or bad for Roger Williams University?

BRISTOL, R.I. __ The recycling rate at Roger Williams University is currently sitting at 21 percent. That means that 21 percent of all materials disposed of at this campus are recycled. 195 more words

Recycling

RWU does it's part to support R.I. Small Business Economy

BRISTOL, R.I. __ Roger Williams University’s Center For Business Engagement announced this Sunday, March 21 that they will be offering a Visual Social Media seminar to small and medium sized businesses that need help implementing social media and marketing campaigns for their businesses. 93 more words

Climate Change Harms Lobsters, Threatens Tradition

Rhode Island Lobster Migration from Amanda Keane on Vimeo.

BRISTOL, R.I.__ As lobsters migrate north to avoid the warming waters along the Southern New England shore line the annual lobster and steak dinner, that will occur in April, at Roger Williams University could be in danger.  239 more words

Climate Change

Ocean acidification threatens Rhode Island marine life

Bristol, R.I.__ After a brutal, record-breaking winter, Rhode Islanders and those who vacation here are especially eager to hit the beach once the summer weather arrives. 240 more words

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