Fewer cars, less coal-powered electricity, and industrial shutdowns combined with a cool and breezy spring has improved air quality in many areas.
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The Department of Environmental Protection raised several concerns related to the license transfer of TMI’s damaged Unit 2, including that “there are vast areas in the plant with unknown radiological conditions.”
Phragmites have invaded wetlands and pushed out native plants, but some say the hated reed could help in the battle against climate change.
EPA relaxes enforcement because of COVID-19, but state and local governments do most oversight for major federal laws
There was some confusion after residents near the line awoke Friday to activity they thought was supposed to have stopped Thursday night. But construction of the pipeline will be suspended during the coronavirus pandemic.