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Residents Fed Up with Bad Water Flee Shale Drilling Areas

Gas drilling has turned some quiet rural areas of Pennsylvania into growing industrial zones.

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Local Photographer Zooms In On Small Neighbors

Artistsí works are often inspired by parts of the natural world that are readily seen or felt.

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Dimock Residents No Longer Receiving Water From Drillers

Residents in the village of Dimmock will no longer be getting water delivered courtesy of the drilling company they accused of tainting t

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In Gas Drilling, Fracking May Not Be The Only Threat to Well Water

Critics blame fracking fluid for contaminating water supplies.

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The Allegheny Front for The Week of May 11, 2011

Listen to the entire show: Some of Pennsylvania's Biggest Water Users Save Water; Above Ground, Marcellus Salts Put Water at Risk; T

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News Analysis: States Move To Regulate Waterborne Radon, EPA Stalls

According to the President's Cancer Panel radon is one of America's "most grossly underestimated" environmentally cau

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Bacteria Engineered to Destroy Pollutants

Scientists have engineered bacteria to seek out and destroy a chemical that pollutes drinking water. Rebecca Williams has more.

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Water Lessons From Israel

A lot of fresh water goes to grow food. But as the population increases in the world so does the demand for that water.

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Artful Water Remediation System Opens to Public

We don't usually see what goes into cleaning up streams from the polluted water pouring out of the area's many abandoned mines. But visitors can now walk around a series of artfully designed restoration ponds at a forested property south of Pittsburgh.

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Pittsburgh WED Organizer Talks Up Global Water Conference

The finale of World Environment Day in Pittsburgh is the Water Matters Global Water Conference on Thursday, June 3.

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