Gov. Wolf’s one-man crusade to join the interstate climate accord will kill jobs without helping the environment.
By Lou Barletta
It’s important for businesses to care about the environment, community, and economy, but cementing themselves to fallible standards and culturally-dependent, subjective morality judgements just impedes progress.
By Dr. Kimberlee Josephson.
Renewable energy, like wind turbines or solar panels, is growing increasingly popular in America and beyond, but that doesn’t mean coal is out of the picture yet.
By Geoffrey Pohanka
Michael Green II: Young Pennsylvanians want to fight climate change. Our leaders want to pretend they are.
Governor Wolf’s push to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is more about appearances than real change. It’s time for Pennsylvania to instate policy that helps the environment, boosts revenue, and preserves jobs.
By Michael Green II
There’s a way to clean Pennsylvania’s streams and rivers, reduce water costs, and bolster the state’s tourism and agriculture industries — while embracing the markets and innovation.
By Pa. State Sen Gene Yaw
Several Democrats in the State Senate joined Republicans to block Gov. Wolf from entering Pa. into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).
In Haverford Township, there is a group of activists who find our waste management process to be a violation of their nearly religious woke dogma. In fact, they want to end trash pickup entirely without even pretending to think up an alternative.
By Grant Schmidt
By prioritizing green workforce as job creation, President Biden risks misallocating limited political and fiscal capital, while leaving American workers without the supports they urgently need to care for themselves and their families.
By Brent Orwell & Mason Bishop
Philadelphia’s pending ban on disposable plastic bags won’t just annoy consumers — it will actually hurt the environment. Alternatives to plastics have a much bigger eco-footprint.
By David Clement