Archives: alternative energy

Fracking Expansion in Ohio

Last week, a fracking well in Monore County caught fire and likely sent contaminants into Possum Creek, killing fish for miles. Proponents of fracking say it’s a plentiful and cheap energy source, but some worry about its links to explosions and earthquakes. We’ll examine the expansion of fracking in Ohio, and its public health consequences.

Winds of Change: Alternative Energy and the Rural Landscape

A daughter of famous parents, Alexis Wilson has decided to share her personal story of a “show-biz” upbringing, abandonment by her mother and her non-traditional family in the hope that it helps to positively alter people’s perceptions, encourage difference and inspire love. On this hour, we’ll talk with Wilson about her life and her new memoir.

Ohio’s Energy Present and Future

New legislation in Ohio is aiming to put a “freeze” on the state’s green energy standards. Today on the show we talk about that legislation and what it means for Ohio’s energy future.

Making a Switch: The Future of Energy

We know the energy picture is going to change, but we don’t yet know how that will happen and what we’ll be left with to power our world in the future. The global need for alternative energy is on the rise, and this hour we’ll learn about the sustainability of current sources, and the challenges and prospects for the future.

Making a Switch: The Future of Energy

The global need for alternative energy is on the rise, and this hour we’ll learn about the sustainability of current sources, and the challenges and prospects for the future.

Green Energy’s Past and Future

It’s easy to view the evolution from horse-drawn carriage to jetliner as a straight line of increasing energy consumption, but Atlantic editor Alexis Magrigal tells us that’s not the case. In this hour, Madrigal will discuss his book, which investigates why so many alternative energy projects have been abandoned, and the opportunities ahead.

Green Energy’s Past and Future

It’s easy to view the evolution from horse-drawn carriage to jetliner as a straight line of increasing energy consumption, but Atlantic editor Alexis Magrigal tells us that’s not the case. In this hour, Madrigal will discuss his book, which investigates why so many alternative energy projects have been abandoned, and the opportunities ahead.