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StateImpact Pennsylvania invites public to forum in Pittsburgh on the climate change challenge

Energy Innovation Center is the site for the Jan. 29 event
By Scott Blanchard

Pa. researcher helps document deforestation, mass extinction in Haiti

New research from a Temple University scientist shows Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world.

By Marie Cusick


Smart Talk: Pennsylvania’s nuclear dilemma: Should the state bail out plants?

A recent caucus report urged Pa. to look at what other states have done
By Merideth Bucher

At Penn State, researchers push for answers on carbon capture: Will it stay where we put it?

Technology seen as key to lessening effects of climate change
By Amy Sisk


Climate petition calls on Pennsylvania to cut emissions through cap-and-trade system

Dozens of groups including environmental organizations, legal scholars, churches, and local governments argue Pennsylvania has the legal authority and constitutional duty to act on climate change.

By Marie Cusick

Climate change: A crisis for humanity, but not a big deal in the Pa. governor’s race

Neither Gov. Tom Wolf nor his GOP challenger Scott Wagner have made addressing climate change a top priority.

By Marie Cusick

Penn State researchers join international effort to study Antarctic ‘doomsday’ glacier

Models show melting could lead to three feet of sea rise across the globe. “Three feet all over the world is a massive amount of water,” a researcher said.

By Marie Cusick