In this episode, we look at the contentious world of pipeline expansion. Plus, one of Pennsylvania’s biggest state parks got its start as the brainchild of an Englishman. And an elusive shorebird is back, nesting in our region.
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Stories in this episode
- EPA Caves the Day After Pennsylvania and other States Sue Over Ozone
It only took about a day for the Environmental Protection Agency to reverse its decision to delay implementation of new, tougher air pollution standards developed during the Obama administration.
- Natural Gas Building Boom Fuels Climate Worries, Enrages Landowners
Companies have asked a federal regulator to approve thousands of miles of pipeline from Appalachia. They almost always get their way.
- Piping Plovers Nest in Pennsylvania for First Time in Sixty Years
Something happened this year at Presque Isle State Park on Lake Erie that hasn't happened in Pennsylvania since 1955. Welcome home, piping plovers!
- Moraine State Park’s History Goes Way Back
You have to go back in geologic time to talk about the history of one of Pennsylvania’s biggest state parks.