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Real-world all-clean energy solution for Pennsylvania. We can get there by 2050, and costs will be more than twice as high by 2030, if we continue business as usual.
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The Solutions Project Infographic on where Maine could be if we transitioned to 100% renewable energy by 2050. #renewableenergy
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A Haliburton truck leaks frack-fluid over a half mile of I-70 near Pittsburgh, prompting EPA workers to evacuate the area.(Photo Credit: NewsChopper 2/ KDKA)
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Police evacuated residents on the 800 block of South St. in Philadelphia after a wall between the buildings’ back yards and a lot under construction collapsed on 8th and South St. Lt. Robert Ritchie said rain washed away temporary shoring, causing a mudslide on a construction site that was already there.
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Rising global temperatures will wreck havoc on Pennsylvania‘s fish and wildlife resources. More frequent heavy precipitation events, coupled with extreme heat waves could decimate Pennsylvania fish populations, including brook trout, and make conditions far more favorable for ticks, the wooly adelgid, West Nile virus and other noxious insect pests.
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Happy World Animal Day! Repin to celebrate all the beautiful river animals!
According to the Endangered Species Coalition, climate change could exacerbate impacts to bog turtle habitat by “altering hydrological cycles,” which would either cause the turtle’s habitat to flood or dry out.
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A juvenile bog turtle being held in human hands. In October 2010, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service established the Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern Pennsylvania, in part, to protect the federally threatened bog turtle. Climate change, however, could amplify existing threats to the turtle’s fragile habitat
A newly hatched bog turtle with yolk sac still attached. The greatest threats to the bog turtle are the loss, degradation, and fragmentation of its habitat from wetland alteration, development, pollution, invasive species, and natural vegetational succession.
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Baby Bog Turtle. Happy World Turtle Day (May 22) | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Pennsylvania finished its climate change adaptation plan in 2011.