Earth’s magnetic field has been steadily shrinking since the 1980s, which could predict that the north and south poles are starting to reverse – something that’s been known to happen periodically during geological times.
It’s a new law in Philadelphia: commercial building owners must now use an EPA web site to calculate their energy usage, then report that figure annually to the city.
The Biogas Cogeneration facility is fueled by methane, the byproduct of what gathers at the end of the trail after millions of toilets are flushed each day.
The Philadelphia Zoo is welcoming a handful of cute new babies.
There’s a reason that Pennsylvania has been tagged as “banana belt skiing” country.
The standards are being updated, according to a LEED official, because green building conventions and tools have become almost too easy to meet.
The vote came after more than a year of debate over the project’s scale and design.
If there is any real concern among students on the campus, it would be hard to tell from talking to them.
“The masts are 50-foot-tall, stainless steel columns, with a steel mesh, And they’re lit from the inside, ” explains Streets Department chief engineer Darin Gatti.
Philadelphia’s Department of License and Inspections is hitting the streets and asking community groups to take over blighted properties.
Several residents are part of a “green team” with an eye toward environmentally friendly recommendations to management that have resulted in thousands of dollars in savings and as they’ve only just begun!
Many of the tens of thousands of Filipino-Americans in our area are hoping for the best and bracing for the worst as they wait to hear from family members affected by Typhoon Haiyan. now tearing through the Pacific nation.
Many of the remarkable artifacts on display will make their North American debut.
Josh First, a sportsman and self-described conservative, says if the aim of the bill is to pave the way for natural gas extraction or other business activities, it will not work.
Campaign signs have been dotting the landscape for several weeks and Montgomery County is encouraging candidates to recycle those signs instead of dropping them in the trash.