Now, coal mines and the shallow gas wells we've had for generations have been joined by deep natural gas wells that use hydrofracking to release the gas from deep in the Marcellus and Utica Shales. This technology is relatively new and the environmental and economic costs are still being assessed.
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Help Pennsylvania celebrate Earth Day (Part 1 of 2)
Historic preservation tax credits now available
DEP's recommendations on 111(d): An EPA watcher's guide.
A Climate for Change
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Paddle time is back
A Bear in the Woods
The Curious Case of DCNR's Streambed Leases