An update to the proposed regulation to join the cap-and-trade program adds a set of equity principles and a commitment to assess air quality.
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Green hydrogen is seen as a possible solution for industries with hard-to-cut emissions, like shipping and aviation
The projects spread across six counties will add 191 megawatts of solar energy in the state, nearly double how much is produced statewide now.
Some state representatives and local officials want Congress to support stronger clean car standards and invest in a transition to electric vehicles.
Cumberland County is part of the state’s Local Climate Action Program, a statewide effort to encourage local governments to prepare for climate change.
Under the settlement with Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, landowners will get paid up to $700 and can renegotiate their leases.
Conservationists say the agreement is a win for water quality and recreation in the middle Susquehanna watershed.
One day, two hearings: Fossil fuels shift climate change messaging; Dems show rift on green transition
Two state capitol hearings featured coal and gas boosters, but scientists say we must phase out emissions by 2050 to avoid climate change’s worst effects.