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iSeeChange Partners Track Signs of an Unpredictable Spring

iSeeChange is a groundbreaking environmental reporting project that combines crowdsourced public media, perspectives from experts and cutting-edge satellite monitoring of environmental conditions.

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Pennsylvania’s Climate Change Future: Read The Missing Report

A pair of legally-mandated reports about how climate change will impact the state are currently a year overdue.  StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Marie Cusick looks at why they’ve been delayed, and how one industry is already adapting to warmer temperatures.

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Trees Tip Off Researchers to Secrets of Genghis Khan

West Virginia University is well known for its research in the energy fields of coal and natural gas, but for the past several years, trees in another country have taken the spotlight for some researchers. One professor is using dendrochronology to come up with new ideas about the rise of Mongolia's Genghis Khan.

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Global Climate Change: The Argument Goes On

It seems as if you can't talk about global climate change without stirring up controversy.

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Global Climate Change: The Argument We're Not Having

Despite the easing of this summer's scorching weather, it's tempting to invoke global warming.

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New Grassroots Group Tackles Climate Change

A newly formed citizens environmental group is working to undertake collective, grassroots action in their communities to reduce greenhou

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Moving from Dirty Fuel Industries to Green Jobs

The president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, Larry Schweiger, sits down for a conversation with Host Matthew Craig to discu

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Pittsburgh Climate Protection Initiative

Pittsburgh City Councilman Bill Peduto and Rebecca Flora, Exective Director of the Green Building Alliance, sit down with Host Matthew Cr

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