In this episode, we follow the natural gas pipeline and float down the Ohio River to bring you some of our favorite award-winning stories from the last year. Plus, President Trump promised to build a big, beautiful wall, but the cost might be greater for biodiversity than the price tag indicates.
This week on the Allegheny Front, monarch butterflies are in big trouble. What can we do to help them? Plus there's pushback as nuclear energy struggles to stay relevant. Also some kids are so fed up with the President and Congress failing to act on climate change that they are suing. And finally, the world waits while Trump decides whether to break the U.S. commitment to the Paris climate agreement.
In this episode, we go inside a hack-a-thon for cleaner water and investigate what the Trump administration means for public lands. Also, a climate scientist reminds us that the fossil fuel industry is following big tobacco's playbook.
This week on The Allegheny Front, we look at new opportunities for miners in renewable energy. Plus more traditional environmental jobs are also paying off in coal country. And using data collected over years to understand new bird breeding behavior.
This week, we hear voices on the environment from vastly different places. We talk to a writer in the coalfields of Kentucky, and go on an expedition with a sound artist capturing vibrations at the bottom of the Allegheny River. Plus we ask the big questions to Jared Diamond, a scientist who also happens to have a Pulitzer.
Think Earth Day was started by a group of tree-hugging hippies? That’s just part of the story. In this hour-long special, we explore the history of Earth Day—from the man who came up with the name to a clever bit of marketing that played a key role in bringing millions of people to the environmental movement.
In this episode, we dig into some of Pennsylvania's deepest lessons in environmental history — from the '70s activists who gave Pittsburgh its cleaner air to the lost history of African-American environmentalism.