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Last year it was too wet for Pennsylvania agriculture, this year it's too dry. "It's another negative impact on our farmers," Mark O'Neill, spokesman for the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, said of 2010's waterless weather.
When: Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010 â€“ 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Where: Omni Hotel, 530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. What: This is one of eight public hearings on the agencyâ€™s proposal to regulate the disposal and management of coal ash from coal-fired power plants
The New York Times reports today about a new lawsuit by 13 families inÂ Pennsylvania. These familiesÂ sayÂ they have been and continue to beÂ exposed to contaminated drinking water linked to hydraulic fracturing. Eight different properties in Susquehanna CountyÂ are said to have contaminated...
PHILADELPHIA (September 14, 2010) â€“ The U.S. Environmental Protection Agencywill hold a free workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 22 to explain federal air pollution regulations affecting auto repair shops
Seeing the film "Gasland" in Pennsylvania could get your name circulated to law enforcement officials eager to protect the gas drilling industry from ordinary citizens like you.
Big Driller may be watching you. According to recently leaked documents, the Pennsylvania Office of Homeland Security has been tracking anti-gas drilling groups and their meetings â€” including a public screening of the film "Gasland," a documentary about the environmental hazards of natural gas drilling.
Last year at this time, few Pennsylvanians were talking about the potential economic impact and environmental challenges of Marcellus Shale gas extraction.
In this CNN video, residents in rural Pennsylvania are furious over the contamination of their drinking water, and they allege that the natural gas drilling...
While state officials are weighing a tax on Marcellus Shale gas, the gas industry has been busy making contributions to the campaigns of political officials, including the gubernatorial candidates, House and Senate leaders and rank-and-file legislators.
Two issues are making it tough for legislators to fulfill their pledge to enact a Marcellus Shale gas tax by Oct. 1.