Roger Williams University

BRISTOL, RI __ Roger Williams University converted a diesel-shuttle to bio-diesel machine that runs on spent Canola oil.
PROVIDENCE, RI __ Small Business owner, Churck Carberry, takes the Planet Forward (RWU) team on a walking tour of his green-certified building.
BRISTOL, RI __ Caring for the environment is not a new idea... it's a recycled idea. Poet William Wordsworth offered his thoughts over a century ago.
BRISTOL, RI __ Roger Williams University converted one of its diesel buses to run on canola oil. Planet Forward takes you beneath the machine for a Q&A with the mechanic.
BRISTOL, RI __ RWU student Luis Galvan offer's his thoughts on the fate of the climate.
BRISTOL, RI __ Marine biologists seed Mount Hope Bay's oyster beds. Planet Forward (RWU) goes along for the ride.
BRISTOL, RI __ Just by changing our construction habits, our buildings can harvest and store the energy around them. RWU Architecture Professor Patrick Charles looks at one building that succeeds at this idea.
BRISTOL, RI __ Wind power has a viable future and, as RWU Professor Elefterios Pavlides points out, it's not the technology that's slowing its growth down, it's the politics. Planet Forward (RWU) spoke with him about the subject.
Sarah Kite, the Director of Recycling Services at the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, details the recycling process and gives a tour of Rhode Island's recycling center.
BRISTOL, RI __ Block Islanders are considering the idea of posting eight wind turbines along their coastline hoping to harvest the wind for electricity. Planet Forward (RWU) looks at the plan and the possibilities.

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