Health, Science & Environment

The history of coal mining in America and the human and environmental costs of our reliance on coal for energy, with journalist and Coal Free Future project founder <strong>Jeff Biggers</strong>.

Eco-Friendly Companies and Greener Living

Dec 28, 2009

Companies producing eco-friendly products and easy steps toward living a greener lifestyle, with former Audubon magazine editor-in-chief and Whole Green Catalog editor Michael Robbins.

Mount Vernon Business Awaits Jobs Plan From White House

Dec 7, 2009

A Mount Vernon manufacturer is looking to the nation's capital to help boost its bottom line in 2010.

Keeping Up With Kids and Technology

Dec 3, 2009

How parents can better understand and guide the safe use of technology by children and teens, with Clinical Social Worker and ChildrenOnline.org co-founders Marje Monroe and Yoursphere.com creator Mary Kay Hoal.

Author and journalist Colin Beaven talks about his year-long project in which he, his wife, his daughter and his dog attempted to live in New York City with as little environmental impact as possible.

New Technologies Offer Something Gained and Something Lost

Jun 24, 2009

Imagine what the experience of music must have been like before the invention of recording technology,  before iPods, downloads, uplinks, CDs, tapes, and even records and turntables, let alone old 78 RPM Victrolas. If you wanted to hear music, you had to listen to it being made in the present moment by someone else or make it yourself.  Live music was the only kind of music there was.

Environmentalists say Ohio is allowing polluters to damage the health of many residents, particularly the state's poorest and minorities. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, the environmentalists say a special commission is needed to clear the air.

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