This week on The Allegheny Front, we’re looking back at some of our favorite interviews of 2018. From an environmental filmmaker who is passionate about his work to an author whose story gets to the heart of fracking in Pennsylvania…listen in for a show of unique conversations with people who think and care deeply about the environment.
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Stories in this episode
- How Britain Won its War on Coal- The UK plans to completely stop burning coal for electricity by 2025. Why is its political reality so different from ours? One answer: climate change isn't up for debate.
- Filmmakers Highlight Plight of Cook Forest’s Iconic Hemlocks- Filmmakers combine sentiment with action to fight the hemlock woolly adelgid that threatens the old-growth hemlocks of Cook Forest State Park.
- The Nun With a “Green Habit”- A life of serving the poor, teaching and making sure no one uses more than one paper towel.