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Inquiry And Experience–After School, In The Garden

WFIU

It's back-to-school in Indiana, and students at Benjamin Franklin Elementary might have a potato harvest to dig up after class.

8/12/2018

Villaraigosa, de León, and Mason: Power Politics

Commonwealth Club

California has been proudly fighting the war on climate change for over a decade. But can it can grow its economy and tackle climate change at

10/28/2016

Clean Coal: Myth, or Reality?

Commonwealth Club

Clean Coal: Myth, or Reality? S. Julio Friedmann, Carbon Management Program Leader, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Ray Lane, Managing

4/30/2009

Canada’s Oil Sands: Energy Security, or Energy Disaster? (8/30/11)

Commonwealth Club

Canada’s Oil Sands: Energy Security, or Energy Disaster? Cassie Doyle, Consul General, Canada; Former Canadian Deputy Minister of Natural

9/1/2011

Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano

Iowa Environmnetal Focus

The United States Geological Survey captures activity in a lava lake created by Kilauea (USGS/flickr) Eden DeWald| June 4, 2018 This weeks

6/4/2018

On The Radio – Energy consumption at Google

Iowa Environmnetal Focus

Google Kasey Dresser | May 21, 2018 This weeks segment looks at how Google was able to reuse more than 100% of the energy they consumed in 2017. 

5/21/2018

On The Radio- Changing fuel emissions standards

Iowa Environmnetal Focus

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Kasey Dresser | May 14, 2018 This weeks segment looks at the EPA’s reevaluation of America’s fuel

5/14/2018

On The Radio- Solar Energy

Iowa Environmnetal Focus

Solar energy harnesses the natural energy of the sun to produce electricity. (Georgia Business/flickr) Kasey Dresser | May 7, 2018 This weeks

5/7/2018

EPA, California collide over fuel economy rules

Platts

John Gioia, a commissioner on the California Air Resources Board, joins Capitol Crude to talk about what California and 16 other states expect

5/7/2018

On The Radio- Plastic pollution

Iowa Environmnetal Focus

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is estimated to contain 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic. (Phys.org) Kasey Dresser | April 30, 2018 This weeks

4/30/2018

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May 2019 Update: Key Developments in UK and EU Environment Safety and

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California Supreme Court Hears First Inverse Condemnation Case in Years

Wastewater

California Supreme Court Hears First Inverse Condemnation Case in Years

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