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A 6-acre meadow above Panther Hollow could absorb as much as 600,000 gallons of water each year, keeping it out of sanitary sewers.
Work is scheduled to begin in September and take a year to complete.
Critics say the state Health Department’s changes to track health complaints about Marcellus Shale drilling don’t go far enough.
The council Saturday marked its 75th anniversary and one millionth pound of electronic waste collected.
A company called American Heartland Fish Products is the latest to venture into the small but growing business of carp-rendering.
Lake Mead’s receding shoreline causing worries for network serving 40 million people and 4 million farm acres.
Scientists caution chemical conference that they are not yet alleging contamination.
A screech owl box normally reserved for that species is currently occupied by an entirely different bird.
About 30 miles east of Pittsburgh, there is a quiet wooded area with frequent wildlife visits. Watch it here.
A second report faults state handling of shale gas development boom, and says residents’ health is compromised
Student Conservation Association crews advance East End watershed project and build and improve trails in parks throughout the city.
They currently make their home at the Gulf Tower on Grant Street.
With support of PixController, the Pennsylvania Game Commission installed this camera on an osprey nest in Northampton County.
“Once you’ve seen an eagle fly over your head, your life will never be the same,” said Annette Devinney of Penn Hills.
The camera trained on the eagles’ next in Hays will be turned off Aug. 19.
Other surveys overstated the degree of public knowledge on the issue and the intensity of support for measures to curb carbon emissions.
Initiatives were creating uncertainty for Democratic candidates facing voters and worried about impact on state economy.
Mayor D. Michael Collins announced that the city‘s water tests finally showed low levels of the toxin microcystin.
Shirley Surrec filed a complaint with the PUC after a weatherization installation made her home too humid.
More than a half-million people in Toledo area woke up Saturday to warnings not to drink water the tap water.
More than 135 individuals spoke at Thursday’s hearing with a similar number of people scheduled to speak during today’s session Downtown.
Industry decries the controversial proposed regulations, which would limit greenhouse gas emissions from coal-burning power plants.
Poll shows minority voters very aware of climate change issues and supportive of political candidates who make the issue a priority.
David Titley, a former Navy officer now at Penn State, finds a parallel between the rise of World War I and action on climate change today.
Agency chief Gina McCarthy says the proposed rule will create jobs in the clean energy sector, reduce energy costs and increase profits.
Caren Glotfelty, 67, is the new executive director of the foundation, which raises money for special projects at Allegheny County‘s parks.