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‘energy, explained’ podcast: Climate change’s big question: Can we get to zero carbon?

At a Jan. 29 public event, three experts peered into the future — near-term and long-term

By Scott Blanchard

‘energy, explained’ podcast: The black lung disease epidemic that ‘shouldn’t have happened’

NPR reporter Howard Berkes joins StateImpact’s Reid Frazier to discuss regulatory failures — and the human cost, including to Pennsylvania miners — of a disease that has been described as ‘suffocating while alive.’

By Scott Blanchard

‘energy, explained’ podcast: What responsible reporting on scientific research looks like

Learning how journalists report on scientific research can help readers or listeners assess the credibility of what they read and hear.

By Amy Sisk and Susan Phillips



‘energy, explained’ podcast: How one family lost the farm to a failed pipeline project

In the latest episode of “energy, explained,” the new podcast from StateImpact Pennsylvania, Megan Holleran tells her family’s story — complete with an unexpected twist — to StateImpact’s Susan Phillips.

By Susan Phillips and Scott Blanchard

StateImpact’s ‘energy, explained’ podcast: Episode 1 — A very controversial pipeline

Pennsylvania’s most polarizing pipeline brings the fracking boom through Philadelphia’s suburbs. The neighbors aren’t happy. We explain.

By Scott Blanchard

Introducing ‘energy, explained,’ a podcast from StateImpact Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is kind of a big deal when it comes to energy. From fracking to coal to renewables to nuclear, the Keystone State has it all. A new podcast takes you behind the biggest stories.

By Scott Blanchard