Stone Harbor Beach Ranked One Of The Cleanest In The CountrySeven New Jersey beaches have been named ‘super star’ beaches by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
New Jersey, Delaware Ranked Among Top 10 States For Beach Water QualityThe Natural Resources Defense Council has released its guide to water quality list and Delaware and New Jersey have ranked within the top 10.
Expert: Using Less Electricity Could Lessen Burden Of Recovery From Disasters Natural disasters cost every one of us, even if we're not hit by a hurricane or tornado and someone has added up the bill.
Local Woman Recognized For Getting Philly's Corner Stores To Become Healthier A 30-year-old Philadelphia woman has been recognized for her work trying to improve food choice for thousands of people.
The Unclean Truth: How Five Cities Stack Up On RecyclingFrom the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Environmentalist Says Fiscal Cliff Threat Not Equal For AllGoing over the Fiscal Cliff promises tax hikes and spending cuts but an environmentalist says there have already been so many cuts in some areas; the threat is hardly across the board.
New Report Ranks Pennsylvania Third For Most Toxic Air PollutionPennsylvania is in the top three states with the most toxic air pollution. That's according to data released on Thursday by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Clean Air Council.
STUDY: Delaware Beach Receives 5-Star RatingThe Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) study rated 200 of the U.S.’s popular beaches.
Gov. Christie's Administration Facing Lawsuits From Environmental GroupsTwo environmental groups have sued the Christie administration over its withdrawal from a 10-state anti-pollution pact.
Solution To Gas Prices: Drill, Baby, Drill? Environmental Group Says Your Wallet’s BetterCongress is bitterly divided over how to lower the price of gas, but an environmental group says they're wasting their time.
Pennsylvanians Can Save Big Bucks With New Fuel Economy StandardsAn environmental group says Pennsylvanians stand to save big bucks, an average of $200 per year per person, in the coming years under proposed fuel standards for cars.