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Coryn Wolk

Coryn Wolk is an environmental researcher focused on transportation and energy infrastructure. She is a member of the Philadelphia chapter of EDGE (Ending Dirty Gas Exploitation by Encouraging Development of a Green Economy). She is also an occasional photographer and proud Narberth native. Follow her on Twitter at @CorynWolk

Without Remediation, Diamond In The Rough A Risky Play

Without Remediation, Diamond In The Rough A Risky Play

September 22, 2017  |  Vantage

How safe is safe enough? Environmental researcher Coryn Wolk explores the potential public health risks at a youth baseball field built on top of an industrial alloy production site surrounded by an oil refining complex > more

A Crude Future: When Oil Refineries And Public Interest Converge

A Crude Future: When Oil Refineries And Public Interest Converge

August 17, 2015  |  Vantage

As 150 million gallons of highly flammable crude oil travels through Philadelphia each week, some fear we are overdue for another large-scale disaster. Coryn Wolk steps back to view the current conflict between public safety and reclamation of the Schuylkill and Delaware River waterfronts and the city's booming oil industry. > more