About 2,000 or more protesters will participate in a sister rally to the main Peoples Climate March in Washington — at the same time thousands will be in the city to attend NFL draft events.
Solarize Philly will offer discounted installations and, separately, job training for students who seek a career in solar installations.
“This research could transform the multi-billion-dollar plastics and rubber industries,” said study coauthor Dionisios Vlachos, a Delaware biomolecular engineering professor.
They have been in the suburbs for years, and their range is expanding into other big cities. It's not a reason to worry, experts say. But it certainly is interesting.
Using councilmanic prerogative, Squilla has killed Philadelphia's electric-car program and exempted Society Hill from the green-roof incentive.
Three years after Bucks and Montgomery County residents began dealing with water contamination from naval bases, new numbers from the military offer the best look to date at the national scope of the problem.
Camden County leaders plan a $5 million investment.
Forget sharks. Beachgoers at the Jersey Shore might have another reason to worry about going into the water.
The Trump administration has put funding...
The Tamaroa, a former U.S. Coast Guard Cutter, is set to become part of a project designed to provide marine habitat.
"It’s good for scientists to step out of the lab and raise their voice and be heard," said Stephanie Noblit, a laboratory scientist at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Students from an environmental science class set out to not only clean up trash at a Delaware River shoreline, but also to log each and every piece. What they found: 7,917 items of debris that included almost 4,000 plastic bottles.
Because this is Philadelphia, the fans will want sandwiches and snacks. And, because it’s football, they’ll want beer. That means tons of food, drink - along with containers and cups. Then there are the leftovers.
A toxic cloud from a manufacturing plant caused the evacuation of a housing development in 1981-- twice. New plans for the former factory are giving residents the willies.
Rimmed by refineries, snared in a spiderweb of highways, the Philadelphia region has some of the smoggiest number days in the northeast, says a new report.
The researchers say theirs is the first such look at a single, verified source of cross-state pollution and its impact on pregnancy and live births. They hope the study, released this week, can help guide public policy.