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Is There Hope for Hydrogen?

Researchers and start-up companies are looking for new ways to power the country. There's been a lot of hope for hydrogen.

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EPA Plans for CO2 Underground

The US Environmental Protection Agency is looking at ways to make sure carbon dioxide can be stored underground.

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Dirty Past, Hazy Future

You are being targeted by lobbyists. The coal industry and environmentalists are both trying to influence what you think.

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A Burning Question In Central Pennsylvania: Gas Storage vs Gas Production

Central Pennsylvania landowners could have billions of cubic feet of natural gas stored deep under their properties.

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News Analysis: Congress Goes Coastal - The Offshore Drilling Debate

Congress is back in session for the next couple of weeks and talking about America's energy future.

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League of Conservation Voters Interview

Host Matthew Craig interviews Tony Massaro of the League of Conservation Voters about their rankings of US Congressional candidates and a

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News Analysis: How Green is the New US Congress?

The US Congress started its 110th session last week. What will the new Democrat controlled Congress mean for environmental legislation?

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Penn Environment Weighs In

Host Matthew Craig talks with clean air and energy advocate Nathan Wilcox of Penn Environment.

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News Analysis: US Senate Passes Energy Bill

The US Senate just passed an energy bill that some say is greener than any previous federal energy bill. Others see it as a mixed bag.

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Revving up Sales of New Diesel Cars

When you think of diesel engines, you might think of big, noisy, stinky trucks. But that's changing.

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