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Texas's power disaster is a warning sign for the US

Get the Lead Out: What You Need to Know about Lead Paint Poisoning

2022 Alarming new climate report predicts 'catastrophic' global wildfires in the coming years

environmental news

There's grim new reports about potential causes and effects of climate change. The United Nations Environment Program has projected intense wildfires linked in part to climate change could increase 50 percent by the end of the century, and the International Energy Agency said energy sector emissions of methane are 70 percent higher than governments claim. William Brangham reports.

Earth Day 40: Connecticut's Environment - Past, Present, and Future

This video highlights Connecticut's environmental successes since the first Earth Day in 1970.  In addition it looks at the challenges that we still face, recognizing that we all have a role in this effort.  Over the past 40 years, Connecticut has made great progress in cleaning up our air, 

Our drinking water - Is the world drying up? | 2022 DW Documentary

Only 0.3 percent of the Earth's total water supply is suitable for human consumption. Ominously, this precious resource is beginning to shrink. Natural water reservoirs are drying up due to climate change.

Wildlife & Connecticut's Changing Landscape

Richard Taylor is a retired Human Resources executive who formerly worked for General Dynamics and Computer Sciences Corporation. Since his retirement, Richard has completed Connecticut's Master Wildlife Conservationist program and is now active volunteering and educating others about the history of Connecticut's landscape

Health Matters - E011 - Radon Testing

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