Fracking is banned in the Delaware River watershed. Farmers can help reduce carbon in the atmosphere, but what’s in it for them? The plot to get Americans to cook with gas. Next year, more state park campsites welcome cats and dogs.
- For a Frosty Good Time, Try Snow Tubing - If you want to feel like a kid again, consider hopping on an inner tube and sliding down a snowy mountain.
- Gas vs. Electric Stoves? A Kitchen Expert Weighs In. - As a growing number of cities ban natural gas in new construction, we asked a kitchen expert what she thinks of gas versus electric stoves.
- The Gas Industry Is Fighting the Phase Out of Fossil Fuels by Targeting Your Gas Stove - The natural gas industry wants you to keep using gas stoves as a growing number of cities ban gas in new construction.
- At DEP Budget Hearing, a Focus on Pa.’s Effort to Join RGGI - The DEP budget hearing brought up the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, criticisms of DEP and Texas grid failures.
- Delaware River Basin Commission Votes to Ban Fracking in the Watershed - The four-state commission cited scientific evidence that fracking has polluted drinking water, surface water, and groundwater.
- Climate change threatens Pa.’s farmers. Healthy Soil May Be the Key. - In regenerative farming, how growers treat their soil could help them adapt to climate change — and benefit the rest of us, too
- Pennsylvania State Parks Opening More Campsites to Pets in 2022 - Yes to cats, dogs, turtles, birds and other domestic pets. No to farm animals.