The Allegheny Front for the week of

February 17, 2010

Earth's Bounty 2.0: Just Try To Listen To This Without Eating Chocolate

A WARNING for Catholics who gave up chocolate for Lent -- you may not be able to listen to Chef Bill Fuller's mouthwatering intervie

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The Allegheny Front for the week of February 17, 2010

This week on The Allegheny Front, environmental radio for western and central Pennsylvania, as snowfall continues, we learn about a repor

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Environment Report Documentary on Coal: Dirty Past, Hazy Future

The Environment Report has produced an in-depth look at the future of coal in this country.

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PSU Professor Cleared of Most Charges In Climate Change Email Dustup

Earlier this month, a Penn State University committee looking into allegations made against one of their professors released its findings

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Customers Remain Loyal To Local Organic Food

When times are tough, people look for places to cut back.

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Fishers Rebound in Penn's Woods, Now State Considers Allowing Trapping

Fishers are thriving in Pennsylvania forests to the extent state wildlife managers are considering allowing limited trapping for the firs

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No Paperless Office -- or Bathroom -- Yet

When the computer-age took off in the 1990s, lots of people thought we'd use a lot less paper. But that hasn't happened.

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Study Finds Extreme Winter Weather Fits Global Climate Change Profile

A new report from the National Wildlife Federation says that changes in climate seem to be making winter weather more erratic. The Allegheny Front's Ann Murray talks with climate scientist Dr. Amanda Staudt. They discuss the report's findings about extreme winter weather in the context of a warming planet.

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