PA campaign season heats up
Birding by hot air balloon
Where gas money and politics meet
Fracking and groundwater contamination? It's complicated.
Helping prevent bird window collisions
The oil and gas industry produces a high volume of very dirty water. It goes by various names—flowback, produced water, or brine. That water has to go somewhere, like down an injection well. But a lot of businesses think they have the technology to actually clean it up. That’s a bigger task than it might seem and some doubt whether cleaning up frack water will ever be a moneymaker.
Environmentalists in Pennsylvania aren't pleased with the end of the state legislative session. Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future says bills approved this week would harm the state's ability to comply with Obama's clean power plan, and undermine cleanup of the state's waterways.
In Washington, D.C., next month, environmentalists with the Great March for Climate Action, who've made their way across the country, are planning to pressure the Obama administration to stop using fossil fuels. The protesters just came through Ohio and Pennsylvania, and met up with local fracking activists.
If someone calls you a butter-butt, that may sound like an insult. But it turns out that the butter-butt, the colloquial name for the Yellow-rumped Warbler, is one smart cookie. We let you in on the strategic eating habits of this little warbler.
For the past several decades hemlock trees across the east coast have become home to an invasive insect that is leaving their host-trees dead in the ground. Efforts to manage the blight continue deep in a Preston County, West Virginia swamp.