Through next Monday, the auto club is planting a tree in one of America’s national forests for every battery it replaces, according to an AAA spokesman.
Biofuels made from the leftovers of harvested corn plants are worse than gasoline for global warming in the short term, a study shows.
We’re seeing a lot more sun these days, as spring unfolds, but are we using it more? A solar power advocate says that may be about to take off.
If you’re off on a spring cruise or overseas getaway, try putting some planning into your foreign bargain shopping.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on the new bar at Townsend, cooking workshops at PS&Co, and how to cook up your own eco-friendly cleaning supplies.
If you’re tired of hocking the house for a bushel of crabs on a Maryland getaway, you’ll be pleased to know the do-it-yourself crab season opened on April 1st.
Sharon McDaniel, manager of construction and maintenance in Peco’s Bucks-Mont region, says the volunteers made quick work of the task.
The problem was traced to a feedwater pump, which was being checked out.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is moving to address thousands of complaints filed in recent months over rapidly rising electric bills.
The $125 course is taught by Rachel Brudzinski, a onetime intern there who became a champion tree climber.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy, scars remain along the Delaware Bay.
The Philadelphia Gas Works is launching an effort to get homeowners to do home energy audits in exchange for rebates for improving the home’s energy efficiency.
Why is it important to have a National Walkng Day? “Well, because there are a lot of couch potatoes around,” one woman said.
“I think it’s crazy,” says Tim Roberts (in photo), head brewer at Yards Brewing Company, in Philadelphia.
There was a significant no-show at Tuesday’s event: the cherry blossoms.