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Investors and companies are disinvesting in fossil fuels, perhaps the most tangible action on global warming.
New York City’s People’s Climate March drew more than 310,000 people this weekend, organizers said, tripling the original forecast.
The 2.3 percent jump was the latest indication that the world remains far off track in its efforts to control global warming.
The Post-Gazette analyzed every paper record for every Marcellus well incident that resulted in fines through June 1, 2014.
Authorities said the spill into Little Mingo Creek appeared to be contained Saturday, two days after it was discovered.
Forget the national debt. The new budget threat is climate change.
Two Republican senators challenge nonprofit climate-change advocacy group’s spending of federal grant money.
U.S. Steel Corp. to pay $300,000 penalty for exceeding emissions limit at new coke battery.
The reviews come after two human rights groups found substantial cancer rates at SCI Fayette, built next to a fly ash dump.
The standards proposed would cut carbon emissions from power plants by 30 percent from 2005 levels and set individual goals for states.
“The number of cancer deaths, reported cancers and undiagnosed tumors raise an alarm,” says one of the authors of the report.
Shale drillers are under-reporting how much waste they send to landfills. The DEP has launched an investigation to standardize reporting.
Department of Environmental Protection says tests found drinking water was contaminated by an impoundment near Stahlstown.