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They are trying to rehabilitate great white sharks’ image by making a documentary and traveling to Capetown, South Africa, in early May.
A New York Times-Stanford University poll finds most Americans endorse federal action to counteract global warming.
By President Obama’s executive order, federal agencies must adopt stricter building and siting standards.
Gov. Tom Wolf officially ending plans by the Legislature to raise dollars for the budget this fiscal year through new drilling deals.
A new survey shows scientists and the public are divided over climate change, using animals in research and genetically modified foods
Federal lawsuits aim to get the EPA to control noxious chemicals and odors produced by factory farms.
Wolf plans to reinstate a moratorium on leasing new oil and gas wells in the state’s forests and parks, thus fulfilling a campaign pledge.
Green infrastructure advocates and water artists say timing’s perfect for stormwater management to merge with a new development in Larimer.
The state’s elected officials oppose the proposal.
A $65,000 Alcoa Foundation grant funded 10 of the stations throughout Downtown in late November.
Duke University study finds hazardous chemicals related to oil and gas driling in Appalachian region waterways
The Obama administration has enforced stiff restrictions on the transport of elephant ivory, but the law has had unintended consequences.
Brought to America in the 1890s, the invasive species may be declining in number, but sympathy for the bird is hard to find.
Both the NASA and NOAA calculated that 2014 was the hottest year in 135 years of record-keeping.
Mr. Wolf expects to have a full Cabinet announced by the time he's sworn in Jan. 20, spokesman Jeffrey Sheridan said.
The study identifies contaminants in wastewater discharges from spills and treatment plants, including three in Allegheny River watershed.
A Phipps workshop gives tips on the plant once the province of snobs but now widely popular for home gardeners.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., is the next step in a process that started 2½ years ago.