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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

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

On The Radio- Nitrogen oxide and agriculture

Iowa Environmnetal Focus

Fields (Ivan Albrecht/flickr) Kasey Dresser | April 23, 2018 This weeks segment looks at how agriculture affects nitrogen oxide emissions in

4/23/2018

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Colorado adopts California zero-emissions vehicle mandate

Air Quality

Colorado adopts California zero-emissions vehicle mandate

Touring Trollworks Biochar Plant

Natural Resources

Touring Trollworks Biochar Plant

Javid unveils £600m boost for five projects

Infrastructure

Javid unveils £600m boost for five projects

Scientists Astonished After Finding Microplastics In Arctic Snow

Air Quality

Scientists Astonished After Finding Microplastics In Arctic Snow

Iranian tanker sought by US heads to unknown destination

Fossil Fuels

Iranian tanker sought by US heads to unknown destination

Conservatives rail against New York Times project on America’s sordid slave

Climate

Conservatives rail against New York Times project on America’s sordid slave