Some water quality advocates say getting industrial polluters to pay for farm runoff prevention projects is an innovative way to control water pollution. But critics argue it's just another pay-to-pollute scheme.
In urban neighborhoods, trees could prove to be more than just a nicety, but a necessity, when it comes to people’s health. In Pittsburgh's Garfield neighborhood, a group of volunteers is paying special attention to some vacant properties, mostly owned by the city.
In this episode, our Hazardous to Your Health series wraps up with a look at Shell's ethane cracker and air pollution. Plus, a group of volunteers wants to hold on to the greenspace in their neighborhood. And the impact of President Trump's proposed budget cuts on the Great Lakes.