In this episode of the Allegheny Front, check out our special coverage of the UN climate summit, featuring reporting from Paris from our partners at Living on Earth.
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Stories in this episode
- Petitioners Press Penn State for More Action on Climate Change- As world leaders meet in Paris to forge an agreement on climate change, faculty members at Penn State are urging the university to do more to address the issue.
- World Leaders Hopeful for Deal at UN Climate Summit- Climate talks in recent years have yielded few results. But it's looking likely the UN summit in Paris will end in a new agreement to curb climate change.
- Activists Making Their Voices Heard at UN Climate Summit- Despite restrictions on protests, the climate justice movement has found ways to make itself heard during the opening week of the UN climate summit.
- Climate Change: The Engineer’s Dilemma- In Philadelphia, city departments—from the people who fix potholes to the people who manage the city’s budget—are starting to plan for climate change.
- Pittsburgh to Paris: A Filmmaker’s Trip to the UN Climate Talks- Pittsburgh filmmaker Mark Dixon's trip to Paris for the UN climate talks was made possible through the kindness of supporters—and strangers.
- Talking to Kids about Climate Change- Many of us have a hard enough time processing the threats and realities of climate change ourselves. But explaining those issues to our children can be even trickier.