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The Allegheny Front

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The Allegheny Front, hosted by Kara Holsopple, has the environment covered, from energy and food to the birds that visit your backyard. Listen to this podcast and see the world around you differently.

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The Allegheny Front, hosted by Kara Holsopple, has the environment covered, from energy and food to the birds that visit your backyard. Listen to this podcast and see the world around you differently.

iTunes Ratings

15 Ratings
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iTunes Ratings

15 Ratings
Average Ratings
13
2
0
0
0
Cover image of The Allegheny Front

The Allegheny Front

Updated 4 days ago

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The Allegheny Front, hosted by Kara Holsopple, has the environment covered, from energy and food to the birds that visit your backyard. Listen to this podcast and see the world around you differently.

Rank #1: Episode for July 12, 2019

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Families with high levels of PFAS chemicals in their well water are in limbo. We look at a landfill's effort to turn trash into fuel and a Delaware River hotdog stand. Pipeline protesters no longer face trespassing charges after reaching an agreement with prosecutors. A former Obama official and Harvard law professor gives her take on Trump's environmental efforts.

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Jul 13 2019
28 mins
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Rank #2: Episode for August 9, 2019

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A conservation group is working to keep purple martins in our region, but loss of habitat, invasive species and now climate change threaten the bird. A pioneering mussel researcher reflects on her career trying to save this freshwater animal.  A study links fracking with anxiety and depression in pregnant women. Climate change will cause people to have to leave their homes. We have the story of two brothers.

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Aug 09 2019
28 mins
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Rank #3: Episode for August 2, 2019

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Some hope a shutdown of an oil refinery can be an example of a just transition that benefits workers, community and environment. A new book tells the story of a clean energy pioneer trying to get wind power to where it's needed most. We fact-checked President Trump's environmental claims. The community sounds off on a clean air settlement with U.S. Steel.

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Aug 02 2019
28 mins
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Rank #4: Episode for July 26, 2019

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Scientists are trying to learn more about unique wetlands full of carnivorous plants, rare birds and floating sphagnum moss.  A rare butterfly has found refuge at a military base. President Trump made good on a promise to fund the sandy restoration of popular beaches on Lake Erie. Plus, how to become a watershed steward.

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Jul 26 2019
28 mins
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Rank #5: Episode for July 19, 2019

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Ohio residents are starting their own health registry for people who live near oil and gas infrastructure.  A halted pipeline project in West Virginia has divided many in the state. Citizen scientists are helping researchers monitor firefly populations. And Monet and modern air pollution.

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Jul 19 2019
28 mins
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