The new protected waters in the United States are the first to be designated as such in 15 years, the White House said in a statement.
Some residents want information on where archers are shooting deer in Mt. Lebanon.
The $18.4 million Frick Environmental Center in Frick Park will be the world’s 6th self-sustaining Living Building when it opens next year.
A group of about 250 gathered Thursday for the conference, “Integrity of Creation: Climate Change” at Duquesne University.
Levels will be reduced from 75 parts per billion to 70 parts., which industry leaders say will be too costly to meet.
EPA administrator says the limits on power plant water discharges will be phased in and provide public health benefits.
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals said the state didn’t require the strongest pollution controls on industry to protest national parks.
Final EPA hearing today on proposed regulations to reduce methane emissions for oil and gas industry
The rules, proposed in mid-August, would include requiring the capture of flare emissions and reduce leaks from pipelines.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said the rules would protect the health of more than 6 million people who live within 3 miles of a refinery.
Residents can sign up to receive text messages for reminders and holiday delays, as well as check pick-up schedules by address.
The company couldn’t find much in the way of oil reserves despite drilling to a depth of 6,800 feet in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea.
An array of 54 solar panels on the roof of the building and 52 panels on a shed behind it are expected to pay for themselves in six years.
The EPA sent automakers a letter announcing expanded efforts to uncover “defeat devices” and other mechanisms to thwart air-pollution laws.
Collections scheduled Oct. 3 and 10 for hard-to-recycle items and household chemicals.
The plaintiffs, Dewey Homes and Investment Properties LLC and 12 individual landowners, have 20 days to file an amended complaint.
China’s president Xi Jinping has arrived in Seattle for a U.S. tour that will initially focus on collaborative clean-energy efforts.
The leading Democratic presidential candidate breaks her longstanding silence on the contentious project.
Plus: Child cancer victims get apology, Peanut exec sentenced, Attempted drowning, Alaskans get oil money, Wildfire continues
Federal mandate requires emissions reductions of 32 percent nationwide from 2012 levels by 2030, and 33 percent in Pennsylvania.
A new wildfire damaged 10 homes in Monterey County after two other blazes killed five people and destoryed at least 1,400 homes.
Hundreds of visitors attended the sewage treatment plan’s open house, taking tours and playing games to learn about clean water.
Defendants protesting the drilling plans say the suit is an attempt to intimidate their Constitutional right to free speech.
Chinese and U.S. negotiators, meeting Tuesday in Los Angeles, jointly announced actions to cut greenhouse gases.
A fire above Napa Valley’s wine country has claimed an elderly women, forced the evacuation of 13,000 people, and razed hundreds of houses.
Fine will be used to fund account for recreational fishing and boating activities.
The Interstate Mining Compact Commission, says the proposed Stream Protection Rule would substantially increase the cost of enforcement.
Thousands of people were forced to flee, and a state of emergency was declared in Napa and Lake counties.
The OSMRE says adoption of the rule would protect about 6,200 miles of streams nationwide over the next two decades.
County says DTE Energy’s Shenango Coke works flaring and smoky emissions are violations but Shenango says no
The Humane Society proposes a five-year program of surgical sterilization, immunocontraception or a combination instead of archery hunting.
Danielle Crumrine, Tree Pittsburgh’s executive director, said she hopes eventually to negotiate a 20-year lease.