In this episode, we explore the revolving door between the government and gas industry in Pennsylvania, and tag along with a team of researchers that’s helping track down the pesticides that may be killing honeybees.
Listen to this episode (29:00)
Stories in this episode
- Tracing the Pesticides That Could Be Killing Bees - In Minnesota, a group of researchers known as the 'Bee Team' is helping beekeepers track down the pesticides that may be killing their honeybees.
- The Blurred Lines Between the Gas Industry and Government - A new report reveals how former government officials in Pennsylvania often end up lobbying for the natural gas industry—and vice versa.
- What’s the Best Way to Save the Monarch Butterfly? - Monarch butterflies are in serious trouble. But not all environmentalists agree that endangered species status is the best strategy for protecting them.
- Power Plant Emissions Can Put The Fizz in Your Soda (And Maybe Much More) - Carbon dioxide emissions have a pretty bad reputation these days. But researchers are exploring how CO2 can actually be turned into useful things.