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On The Environment Beat: Drought, Sewage Spills, Redeveloping In Mission Valley

Birds gather to feed in the Tijuana River Estuary on Sept. 5, 2017.

Photo by Erik Anderson

Above: Birds gather to feed in the Tijuana River Estuary on Sept. 5, 2017.

On The Environment Beat: Climate Change, Pollution, Mission Valley's Urban Environment

GUESTS:

Erik Anderson, environment reporter, KPBS News

Transcript

As the year draws to a close we are talking with reporters in the KPBS newsroom about the big stories they have covered in 2017.

KPBS reporter Erik Anderson's reporting beat focuses mainly on stories about the environment. This year that has included drought, sewage spills in Tijuana that have impacted residents in Imperial Beach and other parts of the south bay and how redeveloping the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley could change our urban environment.

Anderson joins KPBS Midday Edition Thursday to discuss those stories and what he plans to cover in the coming year.

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