In this episode, we explore just what President Trump can and can’t do to environmental regulations and preview a new PBS documentary about famed environmentalist Rachel Carson.
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Stories in this episode
- Now That Trump’s in as President, What Can (and Can’t) He Do to Environmental Regulations?
For starters, Trump can't unilaterally do many of the things he's pledged to do. But a Republican Congress could help grease the wheels.
- He Raises Grass-Fed Beef. He Believes in Climate Change. He Also Voted for Trump.
We continue our conversations with Trump voters in swing states, with an Ohio farmer whose politics are hard to put in a box.
- New Documentary Explores the Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson
A new PBS film premiering next week takes a fresh look at the life and work of the Pennsylvanian regarded to be the godmother of the modern environmental movement.
- The Great Lakes Could Be Getting Its First Offshore Wind Farm
A six-turbine pilot project in Lake Erie could soon become the country's second offshore wind farm.
- Potter Township Green Lights Shell’s Ethane Cracker
With a permit from township supervisors, Shell has moved another step closer toward building its massive chemical plant near Pittsburgh.