As early as the 1930s, lakes in the Adirondacks began registering fish loss. By the 1980s, visible forest dieback turned the attention of the United States to the acid rain crisis. Today, scientists are observing the biological recovery of the region. This is the story of how it all happened.
How we solved acid rain
In this episode:
- Joe Goffman, Executive Director of the Harvard Environmental & Energy Law Program
- Dan Josephson, long-time Cornell University Adirondack Fishery Research Program biologist