Well-known climate scientist and Penn State professor Michael Mann argues in a new book that there are many tools for addressing climate change and transitioning to green energy.
Environmentalists hope some bipartisan efforts that haven’t become law will get another chance in 2021. Advocates, however, question whether lawmakers have the will to do it.
Pennsylvania’s goals for utilities to buy increased amounts of power from alternative sources, such as wind and solar, are set to flatline next year unless the General Assembly acts.
Governor Tom Wolf yesterday announced statewide goals in an effort to combat flooding caused by storms due to climate change.
New field of climate science looks at how a warming earth contributes to local flooding By Susan Phillips, StateImpact Pennsylvania August 7, 2020 Tropical Storm Isaias flooded large and small streams in eastern Pennsylvania. It also forced the Schuylkill River to crest at record-breaking levels in Philadelphia. Climate scientists are already seeing evidence of rainfall […]