An acid mine drainage treatment system on Nanticoke Creek in Luzerne County, PA. New federal funding will allow more streams tainted by acid mine drainage to be restored. (PA Department of Environmental Protection photo)

Billions of dollars in federal aid on the way to attack abandoned mine pollution in Pa., elsewhere

BY: - April 10, 2022

The record cleanup money will enable a quantum leap in removing the readily visible scars that still harm the environment in four states.

What can Pa. learn from a Washington State community’s transition away from fossil fuels?

BY: - July 28, 2021

New reports highlight how to repair the Appalachian economy without relying on fracking