The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has found that a western Pennsylvania power plant can no longer dump toxic coal ash into unlined ponds, a ruling that could close the plant before its planned retirement in 2028.
Earlier in November, a natural gas storage well owned by Equitrans Midstream experienced a gas leak, emitting a massive amount of planet-warming methane into the atmosphere.
Three states in the sprawling Chesapeake Bay watershed are off the pace to meet their 2025 clean-up goals, according to a new report by an environmental watchdog group.
The state agency tasked with overseeing the commonwealth’s state parks and forests said that it is on track to produce or purchase all of its electricity from renewable resources by 2030.
Renewable energy has the possibility to boost the economy and benefit workers and the environment in the Keystone State.
Pennsylvanians heading to Wegmans this week might want to make sure they have a reusable bag as the grocery chain.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection issued a drought warning for 36 of the commonwealth’s 67 counties on Wednesday, asking residents to conserve water as much as possible.
The state Department of Environmental Protection released the draft of its 2022 Pennsylvania State Water Plan this week.
The ‘forever chemicals,’ which have appeared in Pennsylvania, are a growing global health threat.
The three former officials called the bill ‘the most significant piece of climate legislation in United States history.