IPR’s ‘River to River’ discusses how new EPA carbon emission standards will affect Iowa

Nick Fetty | June 5, 2014
Photo by Michael Paul Willis; Flickr
Photo by Michael Paul Willis; Flickr

Today’s segment of ‘River to River’ on Iowa Public Radio discussed how the EPA’s new carbon emissions standard will affect Iowa.

Jerry Schnoor, University of Iowa environmental engineering professor and CGRER co-director, contributed to the program as did producer and Little Village Magazine editor Adam Burke, who produced a documentary about air quality in Muscatine (pictured above) where in 2012 residents filed a lawsuit against the Grain Processing plant.

An audio podcast of Thursday’s program can be downloaded via iTunes.

IPR’s River to River highlights solar energy in Iowa

Graphic by Iowa Public Radio.

Tune in to Iowa Public Radio’s River to River segment on Monday, July 16th for a discussion on solar energy in Iowa.

The first half of the segment will feature Decorah resident Steve Peterson, who installed a solar energy system in his new home with the help of Dennis Pottratz of GoSolar, along with Nathaniel Baer, Energy Program Director for the Iowa Environmental Council.

The second half will be comprised of two interviews, one with Iowa State University’s solar race car team, PrISUm, and another with a representative from Luther College, which just installed the largest solar production facility in Iowa.