Buying fewer things, shopping second-hand, and repairing what you can all help reduce your impact on the climate.
It’s no one person’s responsibility to solve climate change. But little actions can add up.
In Pa., climate change stresses old infrastructure. Stormwater fees are seen as a way to help limit flooding, pollution
Cities and towns have to fix rain-related problems, especially since there’s a federal mandate to cut pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. Many turn to stormwater fees to support costly upgrades. But people billed for those fees sometimes don’t know what they’re paying for.
Over 30 landfills in the state accept fracking waste like drill cuttings.
The Urban and Community Forest Program aims to plant and maintain trees, combat extreme heat and climate change, and improve access to nature in cities, towns, and suburbs.
Advocates say it’s a first step in getting more renewables online, but some regional grid operators may fight the rule.
Connecting with others interested in finding solutions to climate challenges can help you stay motivated.
Those measures will take time and money, so it’s important to plan ahead.
Pennsylvania did not set records, but a new analysis shows it is still feeling the effects of climate change.
Forty percent of known hellbender populations have died out and more are shrinking.