Green Blog: Fracking to Unfold Under a Historic Farm
A Pennsylvania property owned by an African-American family for eight generations will be restored and preserved with drilling proceeds.
Green Blog: A Clash in Pennsylvania Over Fracking and Water Tests
State officials cite an "unacceptable" remark by one environmentalist as their reason for canceling a Jan. 22 meeting on the water issue.
Green Blog: A Boost in Radiation Monitoring for Fracking
Pennsylvania says it will conduct a comprehensive review of radiation levels in drilling cuttings and water but that the amounts measured so far are negligible.
Green Blog: Climate Scientist Backs Bill to Curb Emissions
Michael E. Mann promotes passage of a Pennsylvania bill that would subsidize energy retrofits and strengthen the state's renewable energy standard.
Green Blog: Newspapers Can Argue to Open Records in Fracking Suit
A court must hold hearings on a petition for the unsealing of records in a lawsuit brought against the gas industry by a Pennsylvania couple, a panel rules.