Green Space Archive: July, 2012

Greenland glacier loses massive chunk

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It was twice the size of Manhattan. And on Monday, the large piece of ice separated from the Petermann glacier in northwestern Greenland. University... Read more

The soot chronicles: EPA takes testimony today in Philly

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is holding public hearings in two cities to gather testimony on its proposed standard for soot, or... Read more

Book of the Week: Beth Terry goes "Plastic Free"

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Beth Terry freely admits that she was an addict. Her substance? Plastic. She ate plastic-wrapped junk food. She drank coffee from disposable... Read more

Wm. Penn Foundation awards $4.2 million in environmental grants

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Watershed protection programs in the region just got a $4.2 million boost from the William Penn Foundation. Ten grants totaling that amount... Read more

Charging Forward: Environment America looks at the electric car

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In a report released today, the national nonprofit, Environment America, has quantified some of the benefits if more Americans drove electric... Read more

PA's July 4 eagle update: Thriving!

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Every year, the news just keeps getting better. Each July, in honor of our national bird, the Pennsylvania Game Commission puts out a report... Read more