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Global leaders will meet this week in Pittsburgh in hopes of charting a clean energy future

The Global Clean Energy Action Forum will last between Wednesday and Friday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

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America Outdoors in the Wilds of Idaho

Life on the American frontier is evolving. In Idaho: Tied to the Land, Baratunde ventures into the wilds of Idaho to explore its outdoor culture.

By Christina Zeiders

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston

“America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston” explores the diverse landscapes across the U.S. and how these regions shape the way Americans work, play and interact with the outdoors. Watch Tuesdays at 9pm (starting July 5) on the PBS Video app or WITF TV.

By Christina Zeiders

NOVA Examines New Climate Technologies that Aim to Cool the Planet

As wildfires rage and extreme weather sparks civil unrest, it’s clear that emission reductions alone may not prevent the dire effects of climate change. NOVA joins the scientists and engineers who are approaching climate change with new solutions that may help us cool the planet.

By Christina Zeiders

Celebrate Earth Day with a Fresh, New “Family Night” about Weather and Climate

During “Family Night: Weather and Climate,” K-5 students and their families learn about weather and climate, hear why these fields are important, and find out more about exciting weather and climate careers. Watch April 22 at 7pm on WITF TV or on-demand through the PBS Video app.

By Christina Zeiders

“Changing Planet” Monitors Climate Change Over Time

From the Arctic to the Amazon, vulnerable habitats are changing, revealing surprising animal behaviors as species adapt.

By Christina Zeiders