Ashley Ahearn is the host of terrestrial, a national podcast on the environment, produced out of KUOW in Seattle.
Ashley brings more than a decade of experience covering the environment at the local and national level. Her stories have appeared on Marketplace, Morning Edition, Here and Now, The World and other NPR and PRI shows. She holds a masters in science journalism from the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California.
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Policy-makers around the country are eyeing the building sector as a place to rein in greenhouse gas emissions from developments.
A recent study raises concerns about a "probable" carcinogen in bath time bubbles.
Many hospitals are expanding their cuisine and turning to local farms for fresh produce.
A growing body of research points the finger at Bisphenol A, an endocrine-disrupting chemical compound, but will policymakers heed the science?
Something's eating away at northeastern marsh grasses and scientists are trying to find the culprit.
Every day around 85,000 commercial airplanes take to the skies, emitting global warming gases such such as NOX, CO2, and water vapor into the atmosphere. Scientists estimate that when planes fly at altitudes of 27,000 feet and up, their emissions have a t
A study highlights the amounts of a "probable" carcinogen in bath time bubbles.
Harvesting methane gas from livestock farms smells good to the renewable energy market.