Environment

  • July 18, 2016 |  PlanPhilly

    Living shoreline at Lardner's Point a model project

    The shoreline at Lardner's Point Park is tidy—kind of. The rows of willows on the slope leading away from the water are neatly maintained, and a ...
  • July 18, 2016

    Lawmaker pushes for greater recycling efforts in New Jersey

    A New Jersey lawmaker wants residents and business to recycle more materials.
  • July 15, 2016

    Navy won't cover blood tests for residents near contaminated water sites in Horsham, Warminster

    The Navy has rejected requests from area lawmakers to pay for the blood tests of thousands of residents who may have been exposed in recent years to c...
  • July 15, 2016 |  State Impact

    Commonwealth court upholds eminent domain in Sunoco pipeline case

    A state appeals court dealt a blow to property owners fighting eminent domain takings by Sunoco Logistics on Thursday.
  • July 15, 2016 |  WKSU

    When the party's over, what happens to the tons of material shaping the RNC?

    Miles of broadcast cable and thousands of sheets of plywood, not to mention balloons and confetti, are just some of the things that will be left over ...
  • July 14, 2016

    Reviving historic flower garden to help cultivate Philadelphia's connection with river

    Gardening — the slowest of all performing arts — can take years to develop a narrative, and a century to have a second act.
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