Pennsylvanians can choose their electric provider — and skyrocketing bills in Texas a few months ago hit home for some people here. The state utility commission says consumer protections are in place in the commonwealth.
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It’s a difficult time to be a migratory bird, author Scott Weidensaul says — but, he adds, birds can be quite resilient.
Pennsylvania sprays for gypsy moths in 19 counties, hoping to bring down a spike in the leaf-eating insect
Trees can handle some gypsy moth caterpillars, but too many mean a tree can lose too much foliage and could die.
One presenter said, ““Every single future scenario that says how we avoid drastic climate change is based on having some proportion of carbon taken and put in the ground.”
The commonwealth says it has rules to prevent price spikes. Have you switched from your default electricity provider, or are you thinking about it? StateImpact Pennsylvania wants to hear your story.
Increasing rain, aging infrastructure lead growing number of municipalities to adopt stormwater fees
Supervisors in one Centre County township recently passed a stormwater fee, but not everyone thinks it was needed.
Note to nesting songbirds: Study indicates the quiet spot — away from a natural gas compressor — might be better
Penn State researchers found songbirds that nested near the noise had fewer eggs that hatched.
Solar panels from a wastewater authority? In Centre County, renewable energy has an unlikely booster
The agency thinks by promoting solar, it can convince the state it’s also helping cut nitrate emissions.
The Penn State professor says President-elect Joe Biden has a mandate to act on the climate crisis.