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A belt made from recycled materials or a reusable lunch bag are a couple of suggestions.
But the deal still falls far short of what is needed to stave off the dangerous and costly early impact of global warming.
A new state conservation plan aims to stop the spread of adelgids, which are killing the Eastern hemlock, Pennsylvania’s state tree.
Convened by the United Nations, the talks aim to craft the framework for an international accord to curtail heat-trapping emissions.
CMU researchers develop new camera technology to track pollution and its sources as public education, enforcement, tool.
Brian Harbarger, 35, of Crucible, was charged under seal Tuesday with damaging an energy facility.
Ms. Shroeder led Riverlife, a public-private partnership to advocate for riverfront development projects, since 2000.
The New England Aquarium has been overwhelmed by turtles washed ashore in cold water, so it sent some here and elsewhere for treatment.
A hamlet shaken hundreds of earthquakes since then is among communities now taking steps to challenge the right to frack.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing stronger standards that would reduce smog-producing emissions.
Justices to hear power plant pollution case and weigh consideration of economic costs relating to EPA regulations.
Some doubt the relevance today of an environmentalist who advocated protecting nature in its pristine state.