Environment

Hungry Sea Lion Pup Makes Her Way Into Fancy RestaurantA starving sea lion has been rescued after finding its way into the booth of a fancy San Diego restaurant.
2016 Phila. Flower Show To Celebrate America's National ParksA taste of spring is coming to Philadelphia.
Study: Earth Is Actually Two PlanetsAccording to a new study, planet Earth is not just one planet. It is actually two planets.
Leonardo DiCaprio Meets Pope FrancisActor Leonardo DiCaprio can now check one more thing off his bucket list. He has officially met Pope Francis.
#Philly2Flint: Local Group's Initiative To Deliver Clean Water To Michigan Goes ViralWord of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan lit a spark in a group West Philadelphia business owners and now their efforts to help have gone viral.
Lawsuit Filed To Block Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline In PinelandsLook for a court fight in an effort to block a natural gas pipeline from being installed in the New Jersey Pinelands.
New Program Provides Green Jobs For Former Inmates In Phila.The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's LandCare program has cleaned and greened 8,000 vacant lots.
Harvest Of Jersey Shore Turtle Halted AgainEnvironmental officials in New Jersey have put the brakes on the annual harvest of a coastal turtle in the name of preservation.
South Jersey Town Prepared For Whatever ComesGloucester Township, Camden County is scheduled to erect a pair of permanent solar power stations next week for residents to charge cell phones.
Toms River Collecting Christmas Trees For Beach DunesIf you’re finally ready to let your Christmas tree go, there is one New Jersey town that wants to give it a beachfront retirement.
Global Warming Could Take Its Toll On Jersey Shore Sooner Than Many ExpectA Florida based geologist has some dire warnings about climate change. Among them, many of the barrier islands along the Jersey shore could be under water in as little as 50 years.
Residents Near Tullytown Landfill About To Get Some ReliefThose complaining of the stench from the Tullytown Landfill are about to get some relief. The operator Waste Management has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit which includes spending $600,000 on deodorizing equipment and creating a $1.4M compensation fund.

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