Johnstown Area Energy Fair Is Free And Open To The Public
Event allows for proper disposal of unwanted, unsafe products.
The Department of Environmental Protection has announced more than $16.5 million in Growing Greener funding for projects that will clean state waterways, restore stream banks, prevent flooding, reclaim mine-scarred lands and reduce pollution.
A local fire department is jumping on the "going green" bandwagon by installing a new, energy-efficient heating system.
Sporty cars can travel for 240 miles on one charge.
Centre County Solid Waste Authority sponsoring event on Friday and Saturday.
More than a hundred people filled the Blair County Convention Center to put some "green" in their spring cleaning.
It may be gray outside, but it's getting greener in Blair county.
Virtually all of Centre County's 121 traffic lights now use new LED technology.
Local communities allow residents to recycle Christmas Trees.
The National Association of Realtors has introduced a new "green" designation for Realtors.
State College Area School District considers green-only approach to future building projects.
State prison making several improvements to help the environment and save money.
Governor Ed Rendell announced a number of strategic initiatives Pennsylvania will immediately enact to reduce energy use, stimulate the renewable energy sector and cut costs.
Handling hazardous material is never an easy thing, but Blair County residents had the chance to safely get rid of hazardous waste in their homes.
Recycling for construction companies in State College just got easier.
An Indiana County State Park continues to take steps to go green.
An area agency is helping out the environment.
A voluntary curbside recycling program is getting underway in Huntingdon County.
P Hotel and Spa will be one of only two Leed Gold certified hotels in America.
Tuesday was a big day for lots of Blair County students concerned about protecting the environment.
Today is Earth Day and Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Kathleen McGinty is urging residents to celebrate by joing the Great Pennsylvania Cleanup.
Several businesses are trying to create the place for social networking with a green twist.
As part of its consumer-education efforts, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) is asking each Pennsylvania utility customer to make an "Earth Day Pledge" to conserve energy and water this Earth Day, April 22.
The Evergreen Valley Vineyard is 100% energy
An area cabinet company is recycling nearly all of their waste.
More than 46,000 people worldwide visited their local streams, rivers, lakes and other water bodies in celebration of World Water Monitoring Day (WWMD) in 2007.
The energy from sunlight falling on a fraction of Californias Mojave Desert could satisfy all U.S. electrical needs if only the energy could be better harvested, according to some estimates.
Heres some news with lots more sizzle than global warming - enough sizzle to burn the earth to a crisp, in fact.
The colors red and blue always dominate during an election year. But this year, green is also showing up across the political spectrum as the presidential candidates look to leverage their positions on environmental sustainability to win votes.
Ohio is pioneering the development of "green collar" workers, a growing number of skilled professionals who use their talents to improve the emerging advanced energy industry.
After a local family has an energy audit done on their home, we learn how they can save money and energy.
An energy audit is one of the best ways to find out if youre wasting money and energy.
Americas renewable energy industries are thriving at a time of unprecedented market volatility - and wind and solar companies in particular are among the few bright spots in the current gloom over Wall Street.
The U.S. market for household cleaning products cleaned up post-recession earlier this decade.
How fluorescent light bulbs are disposed of and how they can be recycled is at the center of a settlement reached between the EPA and General Services Administration.
The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation announced a s$6 million initiative to advance clean energy in Texas.
Although news stories are packed with measurements of greenhouse-gas reductions, it could be difficult to understand those quantifiers until now.
Researchers have successfully flown the first environmentally powered robotic glider across the ocean.
Wal-Mart is opening up the pocketbook to pay for higher quality products.
The worlds biggest polluters are applauding the U.S. at the close of climate change discussions in Hawaii.
The EPA unveiled a guidebook designed to help water and waste-water operators cut energy costs.
Fifty-three Fortune 500 companies now surpass the EPAs Green Power goals, the federal agency said.
Chances are good that the cell phone youre carrying will be going green.
An Ohio company has come up with a way to control what happens in a landfill, to ensure "greener" outcomes.
New research says a half-degree rise in the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean can cause a 40-percent increase in hurricanes.
The University of Arizona has been awarded a 50-million-dollar federal grant to study climate change and its impact on plant life.
Racings first "Green Team" car will debut at the Automobile Racing Club of Americas 200 Race on February 9 at the Daytona International Speedway.
Wind power has propelled the cities of Dallas and Houston onto the Environmental Protection Agencys national list of top green power purchasers.
he United States was one of a few countries to not sign the Kyoto Protocol to lower greenhouse emissions.