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Science teacher Leigh Foy (right) couldn't find climate education materials so she and her husband, chemistry professor Greg Foy (left) designed their own.

Pa. has no standards for teaching climate change in the classroom — so it might not be taught at all

“It’s kind of like Keystone Cops,” one teacher said. “Everybody is thinking the other person should be teaching it, and then nobody is. When everybody should be.”

By Andy Kubis, The Allegheny Front

Olivia Shumaker, 16, of Lancaster Mennonite High School organized a student walkout Friday, May 3, 2019 to demonstrate for more action to address climate change.

What longtime climate activist Rafe Pomerance wants you to know

“This is the largest transformation governments have to do, which is to re-work the global energy system to decarbonize it,” he said.

By Susan Phillips

The marsh lands of Cape May County.

Climate change brings mosquito whack-a-mole to New Jersey

Rising sea levels and increasing rainfall are changing mosquito habitat on the coast, meaning the department that tries to control them has to change its tactics.

By Dana Bate/WHYY

The site of the Revolution Pipeline explosion that occurred in September 2018. Officials have said said heavy rain caused a landslide, leading to the explosion, which destroyed a house.

The beltline at the 4 West Mine sent coal to the Longview Power plant in Maidsville, West Virginia.

‘You have no choice but to care:’ In coal-centric W.Va., climate change discussion starting to grow

By Kate Mishkin, Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette-Mail

Scientists have been studying the link between climate change and extreme weather events such as Hurricane Sandy, shown here in a NASA image, which left more than 1.3 million Pennsylvanians in the dark in 2012.

Five climate change science misconceptions, debunked

By Mark Maslin, University College London

House Republicans assembled Wednesday to announce plans for a concerted push to pass a package of pro-energy industry bills.

GOP members begin moving priority, pro-natural gas package

The raft of proposals serves as a rejection of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s own energy plan.
By Katie Meyer

Photo illustration shows Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang.

Climate issues: Where 2020 Democrats stand on the Green New Deal and more

Climate change — or, more precisely, fighting climate change — has quickly become one of the top priorities among Democratic voters.

By Danielle Kurtzleben, Lexie Schapitl and Alyson Hurt/NPR

A screenshot showing United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres during an interview Tuesday, Sept. 17 with Mark Hertsgaard of The Nation and Mark Phillips of CBS News, who represented the Covering Climate Now collaboration.

UN Secretary General António Guterres on climate change: Governments need to do more

Ahead of the Sept. 23 Climate Action Summit at the UN, Guterres said, “…what I want is to have the whole of society putting pressure on governments to make governments understand that they need to run faster. Because we are losing the race.”

By Staff