A New Year’s Resolution for Pa.: Go big on reducing methane emissions
With increasing extreme weather events plaguing Pennsylvania and the rest of the world, there’s no more time to waste.
State regulators must determine if hazardous ‘forever chemicals’ were used in fracking | Opinion
Residents have a right to know what chemicals are being used in their neighborhoods and what hazards they and their children may be exposed to.
DEP steamrolling power plant approval is out of step with agency rhetoric | Opinion
The agency must reopen the public comment period for a proposed pipeline in Clinton County
Climate change is affecting us all, increasingly those of us in Philadelphia | Opinion
There is reason for hope on federal methane policy next year as we all seek to turn the page on a devastating and traumatic 2020.
Pa.’s natural gas industry is powering the economy and leading on climate change | Opinion
Natural gas use for electricity generation has increased over 270 percent between 2007 and 2017, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, helping Pennsylvania cut power sector carbon emissions by nearly 40 percent over the same time period.
Pa. doesn’t have to choose between good jobs and a healthy environment | Opinion
It’s essential that all elected officials recognize that a majority of workers and Pennsylvania voters support commonsense steps to protect and promote jobs in tandem with safeguarding our environment.
Letting Pa. join regional greenhouse gas compact makes economic and environmental sense | Opinion
We’re one step closer toward meaningfully addressing climate change in the Commonwealth – but we have a long way to go.