Selected Clips

On The Verge Of A Happy Ending, Concerns Raised About Future Of Rare Southern Bird

The red-cockaded woodpecker is on the cusp of being an environmental success story in Georgia and across the Southeast. It’s doing well enough that there’s been talk of downgrading its protections. But some are concerned that the little bird isn’t ready for that. Aired on WABE October, 2019.

This Has Been A Record-Breaking Summer For Georgia’s Sea Turtles

Decades of conservation work on loggerhead turtles in the Southeast have made a difference for the threatened, long-lived, somewhat mysterious species. Aired on WABE and on NPR July, 2019.

Atlanta, Southern Company Make Climate Promises. The Challenge Is Making Them Happen

In Atlanta, utility customers – including the city – don’t choose where their energy comes from. Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, makes that decision. And Georgia Power isn’t considering the city’s – or its own parent company’s – carbon goals as it develops its long-range plans. Aired on WABE and published on NPR.org in May, 2019.