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New Research Continues To Connect Certain Pesticides With Bee Die-Off

Bees are dying in droves in the United States. Recent studies point to widely used pesticides as a culprit in this mysterious die-off.

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Carnegie Museum Center, Powdermill Get $730K to Research Appalachia

The Richard King Mellon Foundation is investing $730,000 to create a major Appalachian research center--what it hopes will become one of

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The Future of Pennsylvania Forests: The Emerald Ash Borer Strikes

Ash trees line our main streets and fill many of our yards. They grow quickly, providing shade and they require little maintenance.

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President Promotes Clean Energy and New Technology in State of the Union

President Obama dedicated four minutes of the hour-long State of the Union address to energy and the environment.

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Summer Series Preview: Overcoming Nature Deficit Disorder

Five years ago, journalist Richard Louv published Last Child in The Woods.

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When Climate Change Comes to the Ohio River

It's hard to say exactly how climate change might affect a single river, like the Ohio.

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Pittsburgh Scientist's Research Part of Global Effort to Save Vultures

For most people, the slow spiral of airborne vultures means that some unlucky animal has died.

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