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The 2014 national convention of the Wildlife Society gives Pittsburgh a chance to display some animal magnetism.
A new study at West Virginia University strengthens mountaintop coal mining’s link to high cancer rates in nearby communities.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Interior Department are considering a combination of regulations and voluntary programs.
Officials believe someone illegally dumped 4,000 gallons of fracking wastewater in a sewer manhole.
The climate march began on March 1 in Los Angeles en route to Washington, D.C. by Nov. 1.
The cross-country Climate March arrives in Pittsburgh for a rally to promote initiatives to stop climate change.
A landscape architect’s mapping and data software system has become a go-to resource for storm water mitigation.
Cities heed warning of climate scientists as leaders invest in combating future flood waters.
PEMA and the railroads have 30 days to provide the documents or appeal the ruling to Commonwealth Court.
Regional commission seeks 40 percent cut in Lake Erie’s phosphorus flows to stem toxic algae outbreaks that threaten drinking water.