This week on The Allegheny Front, building infrastructure to withstand super storms and the new normal. Plus, planning for climate change at the airport. And, a new book of poetry and photographs looks at the risks and benefits after a decade of fracking in Pennsylvania. (Photo: Steven Rubin)
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Stories in this episode
- Photographs and Poetry Reveal Tension Fracking Brings to Pennsylvania - A new book of poetry and photographs looks at the risks and benefits after a decade of fracking in Pennsylvania.
- Want to Know if There Are Pipelines Near You? Good Luck With That. - Maps of the majority of natural gas pipelines in Pennsylvania are not readily available to the public.
- Rising Sea Levels Could Affect Your Flight - More than a dozen major U.S. airports have at least one runway below sea level. By mid-century, some of them could be underwater.
- Building Infrastructure in the Age of Climate Change - Will our critical infrastructure be able to withstand the worst impacts of climate change?