What’s the future of global climate policies? The Allegheny Front talks with Obama’s chief climate negotiator
Chester County DA charges Energy Transfer security manager, others in scheme to use constables for Mariner East pipeline security
A small western Pa. community reveals how natural gas drilling can fracture political alliances on both sides of the aisle
In Franklin Park, which is solidly Republican, an effort to protect the air and environment meets the lure of jobs and economic promise. Politically, the issue is playing out in some unexpected ways.
Trailblazing group of attorneys who enforced Pennsylvania environmental laws in 1970s looks to ‘rise again’
New environmental laws and the creation of the EPA created an opening for what became informally known as the “environmental strike force.” Now, some of them want to take up the cause again.
A third of Pa. drinking water samples contained toxic chemicals. The state says there’s ‘no widespread contamination’
State testing finds elevated levels of PFAS chemicals in some Pa. drinking water, but only one sample exceeded federal health levels
The results are from the first round of testing by the Department of Environmental Protection.
Philadelphia’s report on refinery site: A cleaner use, while desirable, isn’t likely in the short term
America’s shale gas ‘revolution’ has led to exports that span the globe — and helped solve Japan’s energy needs after a nuclear disaster
Drilling of the Marcellus and Utica shale created a glut of natural gas and drove down prices. Now, new pipelines and export terminals are aiding overseas sales.