Seeing the Delaware from Camden, and interacting for its betterment and our own

    I believe that doing something so interactive with your neighbors is very helpful, but I don’t see it as a final step. With so many new technologies intended to assist in slowing or preventing the current climate dilemma, I believe that until we can have access to these technologies, we must do our part by doing research, and practicing environmentally friendly habits now. | WHYY

    Valuing wetlands as places to keep intact, not build over

    During the ’60s and ’70s, by the Fairmount Dam and all around the Schuylkill River, you could see waste just blowing by in the water. That was before the Clean Water Act. So the waterways were really very much polluted. You wouldn’t even think about touching the water. Now, that water has changed tremendously. | WHYY

    Gibbstown LNG Project: Many Hurdles Remain

    Pieces of the complex plan have so far gained approvals from at least 19 different local, state and federal government bodies but the project has drawn intense opposition from critics over safety, environmental and other concerns, including the risk of running so-called “bomb trains” carrying LNG through heavily populated communities. | Delaware Currents