Local communities take climate action, with the help of a state program. Scientists combat an invasive insect killing hemlocks by introducing a new beetle. The sounds of nature are good for our health.
- Local Governments Plan for Climate Change With Help From a State Program - Small towns and boroughs across Pennsylvania are taking climate action - addressing things like aging infrastructure, energy efficient lighting, and environmental justice.
- These Hungry Beetles Could Save Pennsylvania’s Hemlocks - Look closely. The beetles on this branch eat only invasive hemlock woolly adelgid. Scientists hope the beetle will spread through forests where the pest has decimated Eastern hemlocks.
- In a Noisy World, Our Brains Still Need the Sounds of Nature - Next time you’re outside, turn off your car, stop talking and listen. What you hear might just be good for you.