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Company to build $218 million steel plant on former J&L land in Aliquippa

The operation will include an electric-arc furnace — a steelmaking technology with lower carbon intensity than traditional methods — to melt scrap steel and produce 500,000 tons of rebar, or reinforcement steel, annually for a variety of industries.

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Madeleine Para and Bruce Cooper: As a climate solution, there are few things that can beat trees

Trees play a critical role in our quest to preserve a livable world and prevent the worst consequences of climate change.

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Big Sewickley Creek plan pits driller against watershed defenders

State environmental regulators are still reviewing a natural gas driller’s latest proposal to drain water from Big Sewickley Creek in Beaver County.

Pennsylvania governor Wolf announces plan to address flooding caused by climate change
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Pennsylvania governor Wolf announces plan to address flooding caused by climate change

On December 2, Gov. Wolf announced executive actions to support communities impacted by flooding because communities across Pennsylvania increasingly experience flooding caused by intense, short-duration storms due to climate change.

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Poll shows broad support for Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative in Pennsylvania

Nearly three-quarters of Pennsylvania voters favor the state's entry into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a multi-state partnership aimed at reducing the production of carbon dioxide from power plants.

West Newton meeting slated on proposed natural gas plant
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West Newton meeting slated on proposed natural gas plant

A Chicago company's plan to build a 550-megawatt, natural gas-fueled power plant across the Youghiogheny River from the Sutersville area will be discussed Thursday at a public meeting in West Newton.

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