How a loophole in the law allowed fracking pollutants to go to a landfill, through a sewage plant and into the Mon River. Democratic candidates laid out their climate plans at a town hall. We asked an environmental politics professor to evaluate them. A federal appeals court deals a blow to the PennEast Pipeline. Plus, when chimney swifts roost, it’s quite a sight.
LISTEN to the episode (29:00 minutes)
- Chimney Swifts Put on a Show Before Fall Migration - “It’s like watching smoke go back down a chimney. It’s amazing.”
- Here’s What You Should Know about the Democrats’ Climate Plans - For our Trump on Earth podcast, we watched all seven hours from CNN's town hall with the top ten candidates. So how do their climate plans compare?
- How did fracking contaminants end up in the Mon River? A loophole in the law might be to blame - Fracking pollutants went to a landfill, through a sewage treatment plant and into the Mon River.
- Federal appeals court strikes blow to PennEast pipeline project - The Third Circuit decision blocks PennEast from condemning state-owned land in New Jersey.