Reducing methane emissions, which warm the planet with 28 times the strength of carbon dioxide, could be the Environmental Protection Agency's next focus. The EPA has proposed new rules to decrease methane emissions by 41 million tons through 2035, the equivalent of taking more than 200 million cars off the road for a year.
Our report highlights how flier complaints have soared as airlines cancel flights, deny refunds, and ruin plans. Find out which airlines have the most complaints and what you can do.
Once one of the most visible opponents to repair access, Apple has now reversed its longstanding policy against making spare parts and repair software tools available to customers. The commitment came just days after the company pledged to stop deactivating Face ID for iPhone screens repaired independently.
The 36th annual Trouble in Toyland report calls attention to counterfeit toys evading safety rules and other issues online and in stores. Check out our tips on how to identify potentially unsafe toys and to minimize the risk in your home.
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With Thanksgiving season upon us, environmental advocates, including PennPIRG Education Fund and PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center outlined the many contributions that bees make toward the traditional holiday meal.
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