In this episode, we explore the secret life of dragonflies and check out how the fight to curb climate change is reshaping a coal town’s relationship to its cultural heritage.
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Stories in this episode
- Drought Migrants - Severe drought in Honduras has left two brothers weighing the weather odds and facing a life-changing decision: To stay or start over some place else.
- Is It Just Me, or Are There A Lot of Dragonflies This Summer? - Allegheny Front host Kara Holsopple has been noticing a ton of dragonflies in Pittsburgh this summer. Could it be a sign of a changing climate?
- A Princess, a Miner and a Movement to Stop the War on Coal - As coal has been pulled into the middle of the climate change fight, a town's entire heritage has been dragged in too.