The Allegheny Front for the week of

June 9, 2010

New Air Pollution Rules

The Environmental Protection Agency has finalized new health standards for one kind of air pollution. Lester Graham reports.

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of June 9, 2010

Listen to the entire program: Ocean Ecologist Speaks About Oil Disaster; Marcellus Gas Well Accidents Raise Worries; Artful Water Remedia

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A Guinea Hen's Heartbreak

Most of us are used to living within an extended, urban life-support system dedicated to keeping us safe.

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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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Paddle at the Point Attracts Thousands for Record Attempt

A fleet of kayaks and canoes gathered around the convergence of Pittsburgh's three rivers to break a world record-- because we are a

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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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News Analysis: EPA Rethinks the Dangers of Dioxins

Health effects of one the most toxic types of chemicals are being reevaluated by federal scientists.

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Ocean Ecologist Speaks About Oil Disaster

The catastrophic accident that's been at the top of news headlines for weeks is the Gulf oil spill.

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Marcellus Gas Well Accidents Raise Worries

Critics of gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale have feared the kind of local accident that came to pass last week.

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