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.
In this episode, we check out some of our award-winning stories from 2016—including a look at a new battery technology that could give renewables a big boost and an investigation of a coal ash dump near Pittsburgh that may be causing health problems for a rural community and a nearby prison.