Environment

  • March 27, 2017

    Class action lawsuits on behalf of 130,000 in Bucks, Montco merge, seek medical testing

    Up to 130,000 people may be included in a consolidated class action suit, filed on behalf of residents living near military air stations in Bucks and ...
  • March 24, 2017 |  PlanPhilly

    Amid angry protest songs, SEPTA board approves Nicetown gas plant, again

    For a second time, SEPTA’s board authorized the construction of gas and heat cogeneration gas plant next to Roberts Rail Yard and the Midvale Bus Depo...
  • March 24, 2017 |  StateImpact

    Amid criticism, utility regulator walks back ‘jihad’ remark

    One of Pennsylvania’s top utility regulators is walking back controversial remarks he made about pipeline opponentsat a gas industry conference this w...
  • March 24, 2017 |  NPR

    U.S. State Department issues permit for Keystone XL pipeline

    The U.S. State Department hassigned and issued a presidential permitto construct the Keystone XL pipeline.
  • March 23, 2017 |  PlanPhilly

    Environmental leaders urge City Council to put climate change on ‘front burner'

    “Climate is already changing,” said Liz Robinson, executive director Energy Coordination Agency of Philadelphia (ECA), at a Philadelphia City Council ...
  • March 22, 2017

    Flushable wipes and old pipes drive up wastewater costs in Pennsylvania

    Flushable wipes are one more headache for Richard Dulay. "Everybody throws in these baby wipes, and they're supposed to be degradable, but ...
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