This week on The Allegheny Front, getting people to move from feelings to action on climate change. And a new documentary looks at the many threats to Pennsylvania’s rivers and streams. Plus, what’s going on with the water in Flint, three years after the crisis? One woman’s devotion to the Delaware River spans decades.
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Stories in this episode
- Is the Flint Water Crisis Over? - It's been more than four years since then-Flint Mayor Dayne Walling pushed the button switching the city’s drinking water source to the Flint River. What are things like there now?
- Global Warming: How Bad Can It Be? - From our Trump on Earth podcast, we ask whether a reckoning with some of the horrifying possibilities of climate change moves people to action or complacency?
- “Downstream” Documentary Looks at Pollution in Pennsylvania’s Water - Pennsylvania has 83,000 miles of rivers and streams. A new documentary tells the story of the many threats to these waterways.