Greening The Steel Industry; A Look At '2nd Amendment Sanctuaries' : Here & Now Science journalist Mark Peplow explains the ways the steel industry is moving toward producing less greenhouse gases, including a Swedish project that is preparing to make fossil-fuel-free steel commercially available in five years. And, so-called "Second Amendment sanctuaries" are states, cities or counties that adopted legislation meant to counter perceived encroachments on gun rights. A professor breaks down their legality.

Greening The Steel Industry; A Look At '2nd Amendment Sanctuaries'

Greening The Steel Industry; A Look At '2nd Amendment Sanctuaries'

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Science journalist Mark Peplow explains the ways the steel industry is moving toward producing less greenhouse gases, including a Swedish project that is preparing to make fossil-fuel-free steel commercially available in five years. And, so-called "Second Amendment sanctuaries" are states, cities or counties that adopted legislation meant to counter perceived encroachments on gun rights. A professor breaks down their legality.

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