Allegheny County has a new rule on the books aimed at lowering air pollution levels during weather events that trap industrial fumes near the ground.
Cars and trucks are leading sources of air pollution in Pennsylvania, according to a study by PennEnvironment, a research group that tracks climate change.
A federal appeals court called Pennsylvania’s regulations for coal plant emissions too weak and ordered the state to revise them.
Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 shut-down has cut electricity usage and along with it, air pollution from power plants By Susan Phillips, StateImpact Pennsylvania May 15, 2020 The COVID-19 shut-down has cut electricity usage and along with it, air pollution from power plants. Carbon dioxide emissions have dropped as well. StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Susan Phillips reports pollution could spike […]