In this episode, we dig into the presidential candidates’ policies on climate and energy and go ‘sound fishing’ in Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers.
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Stories in this episode
- ‘Sound Fishing’ in Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers- Composer and sound archaeologist Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson says you can learn a lot about Pittsburgh's past and present by listening to its signature landscapes.
- Where Clinton and Trump Stand on Energy and Climate Change- Our energy reporter Reid Frazier digs into whether Donald Trump really thinks climate change is a hoax; and whether Hillary Clinton can deliver on one of her most ambitious campaign promises.
- In Western Pennsylvania, 1 in 3 Major Polluters Are Operating with Expired Air Permits- It's not that companies aren't applying to renew their permits. It's that government regulators are failing to act on new applications—sometimes for years.
- Struggling Honeybees Get Some Help from Big Data- Threats from pests, pesticides, diseases and habitat loss are all putting bees in a tough spot. But researchers have some new ideas for using technology to get bees back on track.
- After Bitter Fight, New Marcellus Shale Regulations Are Set to Take Effect- Pennsylvania’s oil and gas regulations have gotten their first major update in 15 years. But it wasn't easy getting there.
- Why the Oil and Gas Industry Is Not Giving to Trump- Among the many oddities in this election: The 2016 Republican candidate for president has gotten little love from one of the GOP’s most reliable donor groups.