Trump and Biden differ sharply on the environment — and that means the election stakes are high for Pennsylvania
NPR correspondent, who covered fracking in Pa., tweets a breakdown of the Trump-Biden debate exchange
Scott Detrow, now a political correspondent for NPR, reported for StateImpact Pennsylvania from 2011-2013. He says fracking is a more complex issue in Pa. than it’s made out to be on the national stage.
Polls show about 70% of Pennsylvanians want their state lawmakers to do more to address climate change. StateImpact Pennsylvania asked you for examples.
- Wolf, legislature draw closer to more tax breaks for the natural gas industry
- Pa. produces a lot of greenhouse gases, but its Republican-led legislature isn’t acting on climate change — even as scientists say the clock is ticking
- Trump pounds fracking as a wedge issue in Pa. But if it’s not a top concern for voters, how much can it help?
Trump pounds fracking as a wedge issue in Pa. But if it’s not a top concern for voters, how much can it help?
While Trump keeps bringing it up in the campaign, Pennsylvania voters are most focused on health care, the pandemic and the economy.
State environmental regulators plan to meet with Sunoco over violations with its Mariner East pipeline. The latest was another involving Snitz Creek.
Climate change brings up some hard emotions, but, a psychologist says, there can be joy in the struggle
Taking action of any kind, a psychologist and climate activist says, can empower people who may be feeling hopeless about countering the effects of global warming.
At hearing on Mariner East safety, plaintiffs say Sunoco’s public awareness plan falls short. Expert witness for company says, ‘It’s working’
Scientists say the levels are below public health limits, but are cause for concern and more study on fracking-related emissions.
Most of the state’s fires are small and are extinguished quickly.