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This week, Peter Dykstra and Living on Earth's Bobby Bascomb take a trip beyond the headlines to investigate Northern Indiana Public Service Company's ambitious plan to go coal-free for electric generation within ten years.

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Trump tries to prop up coal and nuclear; an eye-opening deal to build an Alaska wilderness road.

Peter Dykstra and Host Steve Curwood discuss a rebuke to the Trump administration's efforts to prop up coal and nuclear power, and a controversial deal to allow a road through an Alaskan wildlife refuge.

EPA's failure to regulate factory farm pollution draws new scrutiny.

The Environmental Protection Agency's inspector general is examining the agency's failure to adequately measure potentially toxic air emissions from the nation's factory farms.

The EPA Inspector General is set to release a report on the agency's lack of oversight of large livestock operations and environmental groups also plan to sue.

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Confusing messages on GHGs.

Canadian government, provinces are saying one thing and doing another.

Canadian government, provinces are saying one thing and doing another

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EPA aims to finish climate rules; Decisions fall to Trump.

The Obama administration aims to cement its greenhouse gas regulations in the time remaining, but some of the largest greenhouse gas decisions will slide to President-elect Donald Trump, according to the updated federal regulatory agenda.

From Daily Environment Report™

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Indiana has more ‘super polluters’ than any other state.

Five coal plants in Indiana ranked in the top 100 for both toxic and greenhouse gas pollution, according to a new analysis from the Center for Public Integrity. That’s more “super polluters” than any other state in the country.

Five coal plants in Indiana ranked in the top 100 for both toxic and greenhouse gas pollution, according to a new analysis from the Center for Public Integrity. That’s more “super polluters” than any other state in the country.

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