In this episode, we explore what investigators think caused a natural gas pipeline explosion in western Pennsylvania and check out a new Pittsburgh festival that's turning the city's industrial heritage into public art.
Geothermal heating, a parking area covered in solar panels and a rainwater collection system are just a few of the bells and whistles that make Pittsburgh's new Frick Environmental Center a marvel of green design.
In this episode, we take a look ahead to the opening of Pittsburgh's new uber-green environmental center and investigate whether Shell's new petrochemical facility could erase western Pennsylvania's recent gains in air quality.
In this episode, we dig into what's behind a recent increase in air pollution from Pennsylvania's gas industry and visit with scientists who are cataloging the planet's ecosystems for future terra-engineering projects.
In this episode, we rediscover the lost history of a canal-railroad system that was the Amazon.com of the 19th century and explore whether Pennsylvania has a constitutional obligation to protect future generations from the impacts of climate change.