Dominion over the Earth? Who were we kidding? What the wildfires teach us | John L. Micek
WASHINGTON — On a clear day, the view from the top-floor terrace of the Kennedy Center is one of the best in the nation’s capital. Turn one way, and the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials, along with the iconic pointed top of the Washington Monument, frame the sky above the National Mall. Glance uptown, and there’s […]
U.S. Senate panel explores climate change’s effects on farming, federal spending
'I think progress is always made better with carrots instead of sticks,' Iowa Farm Bureau President Brent Johnson said.
With summer coming fast, regulator issues electric reliability warning
'Weather officials are expecting above normal temperatures for much of the United States,' a new report concludes.
We can’t solve the climate crisis by causing extinction | Opinion
We have an opportunity to lead the way towards addressing the climate crisis and biodiversity loss.
These four challenges will shape the next farm bill – and how the U.S. eats | Opinion
The House Agriculture Committee is chaired by U.S. Rep. Glenn 'GT' Thompson, R-15th District, giving him a big say on policy.
This Earth Day, let’s all really commit to lowering the global temperature | Opinion
It's time for everyone to put some skin in the game. After all, it’s your future that we’ll be saving.
Climate damage is getting bad — fast. But there’s still room for hope. Here’s why | Opinion
Changes aren’t happening fast enough, and the window for a smooth transition is closing fast.
2022’s U.S. climate disasters: A tale of too much rain – and too little | Analysis
While too much rainfall threatened some regions, extreme heat and too little precipitation worsened risks elsewhere.
After COP27, all signs point to world blowing past the 1.5 degrees global warming limit | Opinion
Climate model projections clearly show that warming beyond 1.5 C will dramatically increase the risk of extreme weather events.
Pa. core samples to get new, $6M home
The core samples, experts said, are important tools to understanding how Pennsylvania’s geology could support carbon capture and sequestration efforts.
Climate funding could suffer in the farm bill under GOP control of Congress
WASHINGTON — Republicans who may be taking control of Congress in next week’s midterm elections have not been very specific about many policy goals—but the farm bill is an exception. Members of the GOP in the U.S. House and Senate are sending strong signals they want to strip climate funding from the massive legislation in 2023 […]
Environmental groups help voters connect the dots on economic, environmental issues ahead of Election Day
To engage with voters, Blume said Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania has been working in “great coordination” with other environmental groups in the commonwealth to educate communities about the candidates on the ballot and the contents of legislation such as the IRA.