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Episode for December 11, 2020

The human costs of natural gas development: Residents say living next to the construction of a new natural gas power plant is causing distress, while neighbors of a planned liquified natural gas export terminal are worried about risks of explosions. Advocates lay out a new agenda for the Lake Erie Watershed.
White-tailed deer

Episode for December 4, 2020

Meat from wild game shot with lead bullets pose a risk to hunters, and families who eat the meat donated to food banks. The Trump administration will sell leases to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Can Biden stop it? How will Biden's climate plan fare in Pennsylvania? 
native plant garden

Episode for November 27, 2020

We revisit stories about native plants: Saving a plant so rare, few have seen it, gardening with native plants and how an invasive shrub and foraging mice could be bad for forests. Our reporter seeks refuge from the upheaval of 2020 on a 70-mile hike. Residents speak out after a string of bad air days in Allegheny County.
Mighty Oak Pavilion

Episode for November 20, 2020

Calls for a reimagined Civilian Conservation Corps to solve today's problems. Researchers to develop a Lyme disease vaccine, while the tick's range increases, including in urban parks. Pa bills to loosen rules for pollution reporting and conventional drilling. Federal charges against the Pittsburgh water agency.
President-elect Joe Biden

Episode for November 13, 2020

What Biden’s win means for the environment and climate change. Students hold a climate action summit, while youth in coal country contemplate their future without coal. Kids living near industrial plants in Allegheny County have nearly triple the rate of asthma of kids nationwide. A "Marshall Plan" for Appalachia.
anti-fracking voter in Pennsylvania

Episode for October 30, 2020

This election, the stark differences between Trump and Biden on the environment and climate are splitting voters. We hear from coal miners, natural gas industry supporters, environmentalists, and farmers across Pennsylvania. The Environmental Voter Project is targeting non-voting environmentalists. Could this be the year of the climate voter?