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Hunters and anglers comprise an important stakeholder group as policies are developed to safely get the gas out of the ground.
The state Department of Environmental Protection also has serious concerns about plans for the mine.
For one Pa. man who now lives in Niagara Falls, the icy buildup of the majestic falls by weeks of frigid temps has him longing for warmth.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday rolled out a rule to further limit sulfur in gasoline.
If those eagles could talk, here's what they'd probably be saying ...
The Post-Gazette will dive deeply into the region’s natural gas, coal, nuclear and alternative energy sectors with enterprise stories.
The agency proposed a spate of new regulations aimed at limiting what kind of customers can "net meter" their alternative energy systems.
The brief but intense confrontation gave nature fans an unvarnished look at the game of survival.
The $500 million coke battery at the U.S. Steel plant is still emitting too many pollutants 15 months after it was started up.
Design conferees are hoping to make 21st Street in the neighborhood a model for green infrastructure citywide.
The U.S. National Academy of Sciences and Britain's Royal Society are releasing an unusual plain-language report.
Industry groups will ask the high court's justices to block what they call a "power grab" by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The cause of the Feb. 11 explosion has still not been determined and Chevron has not announced a decision on the wells' future.
Environmental groups clashed with the DENR and Duke over the extent of danger to humans and damage to fish and wildlife.
DEP spokesman Scott Perry said the capping work will “definitely push into next week.”
Findlay residents raised concerns from noise levels to distance of well sites from homes to whether workers will need an FBI clearance.
A county judge in Nebraska issued a ruling that invalidated Gov. Dave Heineman's approval of the Keystone XL pipeline route.
Investigators said the remains have been taken to the coroner, where they hope to identify them as those of missing worker Ian McKee, 27.
Chevron hopes to begin capping well in next two days.
A company spokeswoman still had no information about a contract worker is has been missing and presumed dead since the Tuesday blast.
U.S. and China vow to cooperate more closely on combating climate change.
Communities and organizations are looking more seriously at using source reduction and green infrastructure to solve stormwater management
The money will help communities prepare for the effects of climate change and fund research to protect against its impact.
The problem is significantly fueled by leaks from the U.S. natural gas system, according to the study released Thursday.
The Group Against Smog and Pollution said the plant owned by DTE Energy Services Inc. violated air standards on 330 of 432 days.
The EPA has been allowed since 2005 to regulate the use of diesel in fracking. Until Tuesday, it had not done so.
The state Department of Environmental Protection said Wednesday will be a Code Orange Air Quality Action Day in the Liberty-Clairton area
Toxic chemicals spilled into the Dan River a week ago from a storage basin at a retired coal-fired power plant operated by Duke Energy.
Solar credits in Pa., which peaked at $350 in 2009 and tumbled to $10 in the middle of 2013, reversed course rapidly in the past few months.
Farmers cooperative diverts waste from Wal-Mart into compost piles for better soils through a Pennsylvania Resources Council initiative.