NPR reports on how energy and environmental issues affect you
StateImpact is a collaboration among NPR and local public radio stations in eight pilot states to examine issues of local importance. The project seeks to inform and engage communities with broadcast and online news about how state government decisions affect people’s lives.
In Texas, a collaboration between local public radio stations KUT Austin, KUHF Houston and NPR with reporters Mose Buchele, Terrence Henry and Dave Fehling traveling the state, the focus will be on reporting on how energy and environmental issues affect you. Click here to read their reports or listen to them on NPR member stations. Below are links to just a few of the stories StateImpact – Texas has reported on recently.
- Texas’ Lax Pollution Enforcement Leads Harris County to Take Action
- Mapping ‘Poisoned Places’ in Texas
- Valero Request for Tax Break Draws Protest
- How the Texas Drought Compares to the Rest of the World