Out of base selfishness and willful blindness, we are bequeathing a permanently compromised planet to all those generations who come after us.
The fine is one of the largest ever brought by the state, but also lifts an 11-month moratorium on state approval for Energy Transfer Partner pipeline construction permits.
Lawmakers opposed to Pennsylvania entering an interstate compact limiting carbon emissions have gained a valuable ally — building trade unions.
A new report warns that Pa. could lose as many as 600,000 jobs if the state ever banned fracking, the controversial practice used to extract natural gas from the earth.
A state environmental oversight panel has given its approval to the Wolf administration’s efforts to contain methane emissions from oil and natural gas exploration.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has indicated that he'll sign the eco-friendly legislation. But it's not without its naysayers.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., has pledged to bring a stand-alone package of stronger PFAS provisions to the House floor in January.
A right-leaning organization is in Harrisburg this week to try and put a new, conservative face on green energy policies.The Pennsylvania Conservative Environmental Forum, or PennCEF, is meeting in a downtown Harrisburg hotel, where...
One of the General Assembly’s most vocal climate change skeptics has been tapped to review state plans to combat rising global temperatures.
The Scranton Democrat, who's been in the vanguard of calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment, voted to confirm Trump's pick for Energy Secretary.