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May 5, 2017

Nick DeRose, a managing principal at Langan, a prominent environmental engineering, science and consulting firm, is our guest.

He tells us about 'emerging contaminants' which is the term used for a number of chemical compounds that are appearing in an alarming number of locations including public drinking...


Apr 23, 2017

This is the second of two episodes in which we interview two investigative reporters who are part of a team assembled by the Bucks County Courier Times and The Burlington County Times to explore potential health risks from groundwater containing toxic chemicals PFOS and PFOA that has spread to private drinking wells...


Apr 21, 2017

This is the first of two episodes in which we interview two investigative reporters who are part of a team assembled by the Bucks County Courier Times and The Burlington County Times to explore potential health risks from groundwater containing toxic chemicals PFOS and PFOA that has spread to private drinking wells...


Apr 17, 2017

Just a few of the dozens of great energy and environment stories that appeared last week in our daily EnviroPolitics digital newsletter.

  • A Pa mine fire that's been burning for decades. Yes, decades
  • An important federal approval for gas pipeline that's opposed in Pa and NJ
  • A big, expensive cleanup of a NJ lake polluted...


Aug 21, 2015

Did the NJ Pinelands Commission Exec pull on fast on environmental organizations opposed to South Jersey Gas's proposed natural gas pipeline to the B. L. England power plant? Was it a surprise? Yes. Was it legal? Pinelands Preservation Alliance exec Carleton Montgomery says no and explains why.