In this episode, we check out how scientists are turning to everything from drones to high-resolution satellites in the battle to keep methane inside the nation's natural gas infrastructure and out of the atmosphere.
In this episode, we explore whether the state is doing enough to help citizens with fracking-related water issues and check out how Shell's new chemical plant could roll back the region's recent gains on air quality.
To build its new petrochemical plant, Shell plans to buy pollution reduction credits from other companies in the region. But most of the credits will be from coal-fired power plants have already closed. So what gives?
In this episode, we explore Shell's plan to build a new petrochemical facility near Pittsburgh and check out a new photo exhibit that documents the lives and landscapes transformed by Pennsylvania's fracking boom.