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Your Environment Update for December 23, 2015

This past season, volunteers grew more than 15,000 pounds of produce for the South Hills Interfaith Ministries food pantry in Pittsburgh.

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A Buddhist Perspective on Climate Change

Earlier this year, the Pope made a splash with a tough stance on climate change. But Buddhist leaders are also publicly urging world leaders to limit fossil fuel emissions.

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Your Environment Update for September 17, 2015

Some members of Pittsburgh's Jewish community are looking to the Three Rivers to help celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year.

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A Rosh Hashanah by the River

Down on the urban banks of the Monongahela, a Jewish congregation from Pittsburgh is looking to the river to renew their spirits for Rosh Hashanah. 

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The Pope Sounds Off on Climate Change

Earlier this year, the Pope threw himself into the climate change debate. And many are calling his latest writings nothing short of revolutionary.

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Your Environment Update for June 18, 2015

In this week’s Environment Update, we take a look at an avian flu epidemic on Pennsylvania’s doorstep, and hear how the Pope is throwing himself into the climate debate.

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