In this episode, we hear about a new project that’s exploring the secret life of moths and investigate if the natural gas in your home may be upping your radon risk.
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Stories in this episode
- In the Rush to Build Gas Pipelines, Are Wetlands Being Overlooked? - As pipeline construction revs up across the region, there’s growing concern that impacts on the landscape aren't getting enough scrutiny from regulators.
- Putting the Spotlight on the Humble Moth - Moths get just a fraction of the study that butterflies and bees do. But a team at Chatham University is doing their part to make sure moths get the credit—and scientific attention—they deserve.
- What’s at the Bottom of Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers - Police diver Greg Tersine has a unique view on Pittsburgh's Three Rivers. He has to navigate the maze of shopping carts, cars and stolen ATM machines that line the bottom of the rivers.