Two very different views toward what should happen to it mirror a conversation that’s taking place across the country: How do we move toward a low-carbon future without displacing the more than one million people who make their living in fossil fuels?
Military land may seem a surprising haven for wildlife, but it can be, because it often isn’t welcoming to lots of people and development.
Risk plan for Philly refinery shows a hydrogen fluoride release could have been disastrous. Some say the toxic chemical is too dangerous to keep using
The explosion at Philadelphia Energy Solutions raises questions about a substance — which is also used at two nearby plants — that is so toxic, a vapor cloud of it could travel for miles and cause blindness, serious burns, permanent injuries or death.
Climate change, industry regulation and solar power are among the topics readers have been wondering about.
The insect is seen as a significant threat to Pennsylvania’s grape, tree fruit, hardwood and nursery industries.
An Obama administration official says the Affordable Clean Energy Rule will be challenged in court — and the outcome of that battle could have a significant impact.