Learning About Acid Rain

[Judy Pino] Hello, and welcome to Green Scene, EPA’s series of environmental podcasts that you can take with you. I’m Judy Pino. Acid rains is one of the most requested topics here at EPA from school systems and teachers, and today, we are coming to you from the Koshland Science Museum in Washington D.C., one […]

How does fracking work? – Mia Nacamulli

Deep underground lies stores of once inaccessible natural gas. This gas was likely formed over millions of years as layers of decaying organisms were exposed to intense heat and pressure under the Earth’s crust. There’s a technology called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, that can extract this natural gas, potentially powering us for decades to come. […]

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