In this episode, we explore how farmers and industry are teaming up to cut pollution in the Ohio River and check out a Canadian hip hop artist’s effort to tackle the global climate crisis.
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Stories in this episode
- Why Big Industry is Paying Small Farmers to Cut Pollution in the Ohio River - Some water quality advocates say getting industrial polluters to pay for farm runoff prevention projects is an innovative way to control water pollution. But critics argue it's just another pay-to-pollute scheme.
- This Guy Raps About Climate Change and It’s Actually Pretty Amazing - Canadian-born hip hop artist Baba Brinkman has put his spin on everything from evolution to "The Canterbury Tales." And with his latest album, he's taking on the global climate crisis.
- Could Climate Change Be a Win for Pennsylvania Agriculture? - Climate change could bring abundant precipitation and longer growing seasons to northern states like Pennsylvania. But the forecast for a potential agricultural boom comes with some caveats.
- No, the Battle Over Pennsylvania’s New Drilling Rules Is Not Over - Pennsylvania has taken more than a decade to update its oil and gas rules for the fracking era. But the legal fight over those new regulations may just be getting started.