The insect is seen as a significant threat to Pennsylvania’s grape, tree fruit, hardwood and nursery industries.
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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.
DEP is denying the company’s application to renew its operating permit and filing a complaint with Erie County common pleas court, seeking an injunction to shut down the facility.
The move comes as the city of Philadelphia seriously considers a ban on single-use plastic bags.
A coalition of sixteen environmental groups sent open letter to Governor Tom Wolf and legislators Tuesday decrying the transfer of approximately $10 million out of Pennsylvania’s Environmental Stewardship Fund.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration is urging Republicans to authorize the state to join a regional consortium to limit greenhouse gases. At the same time, a citizen-led climate petition is under review at the state Department of Environmental Protection.
PJM, nation’s largest power grid operator, grapples with carbon pricing as states diverge on climate policies
The organization is trying to walk a fine line between respecting states’ rights while figuring out how to incorporate diverse climate polices into its wholesale electricity market.
Pennsylvania’s had a lot of tornadoes this year. But scientists don’t know if there’s a climate change link
It’s already hard to predict whether tornadoes will pop up within a few hours’ time frame.