Millions of Americans enjoy observing and photographing wildlife near their homes or on trips. But when people get too close to wild animals, they risk serious injury or even death. It happens regularly, despite the threat of jail time and thousands of dollars in fines.
As spring phases into summer in North America, with trees flowering and birds migrating, nature seems abundant. In fact, however, the Earth is losing animals, birds, reptiles and other living things so fast that some scientists believe the planet is entering the sixth mass extinction in its history.
One is between the Wolf Administration and the Legislative Reference Bureau on what was the appropriate timeline to publish the regulation.
The agency tasked with entering new regulations into the state’s official record is set to publish the Wolf Administration’s climate rule this weekend.
Lebanon County, PA- Plastics are a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic materials that use polymers as a main ingredient. Plasticity of plastics make it possible for plastics to be molded, extruded or pressed into solid objects of various shapes. Plastics are derived from natural materials, such as cellulose, coal, natural gas, salt and crude oil.
April is Earth Month, a time to recognize the efforts of those making a difference in the environment, to appreciate the natural landscape, and to take action on environmental issues.
Five environmental advocacy groups have endorsed state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, the sole Democratic candidate in the race for governor, in his bid to serve as Pennsylvania’s next chief executive.
With the sound of applause erupting in the Union Water Works Fire Hall Tuesday night, North Annville Supervisors quickly voted against a controversial solar farm proposal.
Annville, PA- What once was a very controversial conversation in Lebanon County will have its destiny being decided on April 5th, the residents of North Annville Township will come together to hear the official decision that could decide the destiny of the solar farm project in the area. The proposal of a 858-acre solar farm has come with multiple community members sharing their view as to why that should not happen.
Gas prices have greatly accelerated from mid-pandemic levels when no one was driving and gas was $1.68/gallon. A barrel of oil could barely fetch twenty dollars, far below the cost of production. Obviously, new drilling was not going to happen in a market that did not yield profit.