Pennsylvania core samples have a lot of value for researchers now looking for the best places to inject carbon dioxide, so it can’t reach the atmosphere.
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The federal government says it will continue heightened enforcement in the state indefinitely.
Attorneys for industry groups and Republican state lawmakers say RGGI is an unconstitutional tax on power plants by the executive branch.
Shapiro’s political background will likely help as he negotiates his environmental priorities.
As the climate changes and brings more risks to the traditional farming schedule, farmers are looking for ways to make sure their crops survive.
The Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper found high levels of chemicals known as PFAS in the Kreutz Creek Watershed in York County.
The Environmental Quality Board on Wednesday approved the rule on emissions of volatile organic compounds at shallower, conventional well sites.
Pa. needs to finish emissions regulations for oil and gas sites by December or face sanctions, EPA says
The Environmental Protection Agency has warned of impending sanctions if Pa. does not submit plans to reduce emissions of VOCs at oil and gas sites by Dec. 16.
As climate change increases the chance of severe storms, outages could become more frequent if utilities don’t act to harden the electric grid.
PennFuture announced Monday that Patrick McDonnell will start as its President and CEO in October.