Researchers found that more than 30,000 lives could be saved annually if air pollution standards were more stringent.
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The proposal calls for $4.5 billion in infrastructure initiatives over four years, funded by a severance tax on natural gas. It would be targeted at things like mitigating flooding, addressing blight and expanding broadband access.
A year ago, four environmental groups threatened to sue over Clean Water Act violations, saying the plant was discharging toxic pollutants from its unlined coal ash ponds.
As part of a Navy-wide effort, the installation, which serves as a warehousing and logistics site, has reached out to nearby residents who have private water wells to do testing.
EnergySolutions would buy the site from the reactor’s owner, First Energy. The deal does not include the still-operational Unit 1 reactor.
The power grid operator’s board has received appeals from around the country to ensure its next leader prioritizes clean energy
Military land may seem a surprising haven for wildlife, but it can be, because it often isn’t welcoming to lots of people and development.
The insect is seen as a significant threat to Pennsylvania’s grape, tree fruit, hardwood and nursery industries.
The Lombardo Welcome Center at Millersville University in Lancaster County is the first building in Pennsylvania to receive a zero-energy certification from the International Living Future Institute. Last year, it produced 75 percent more energy than it consumed.