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What is pollution-free cooking and what are its benefits?

In an effort to learn more about a healthier and environmentally friendly way of cooking this holiday season, Dr. Stephanie Lee, assistant professor of pediatrics at Penn State Health and Chris Galarza, chef for Forward Dining Solutions joined us on The Spark Friday to discuss pollution free cooking and its benefits.

By Aniya Faulcon

Zero emission trucks would make Central Pa. healthier; Asthma prevalent in Harrisburg region

Burton indicated it’s important for clean air and health to get older, dirtier trucks off the road,

By Scott LaMar/WITF

For a rural Pennsylvania area, a cryptocurrency mine brought noise pollution

“Yeah, it is, it’s very frustrating. You know, we’ve been told numerous times it’s something that you guys are doing at the farm. I mean, none of this started until that moved in.”

By Anne Danahy/WPSU

Discussion on the Chesapeake Bay watershed clean-up efforts

States in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are struggling to meet federal clean water guidelines.

By Fred Vigeant/WITF