Pennsylvania was among the first governments in the world to guarantee its citizens the right to a clean environment. In practice, that didn’t mean much — until now.
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A group representing Pennsylvania’s mineral owners has been pushing for different legislation that’s been stalled in Harrisburg for years.
As part of the “Mariner East 2: At what risk?” series, StateImpact Pennsylvania reports that pipelines are not likely to explode, but sometimes, they do — and that makes a huge impression on our brains.
The gas trade group, the Marcellus Shale Coalition, says it pays for nearly all Pennsylvania’s oil and gas program, but it only accounts for part of the program’s work.
The rules the DEP is crafting for existing sources will target volatile organic compounds
Cumberland County commissioners say the company has turned a deaf ear to residents’ safety concerns
New research shows social media platforms can be designed to help people with different political views learn about and discuss complex, controversial topics.
The study showed landscapes across the globe will change dramatically — threatening biodiversity and many natural systems humans rely on.
Homes exposed to rising seas are selling for about seven percent less than similar properties that aren’t at risk.