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Delaware River Basin Commission faces pressure to reject PennEast pipeline

The PennEast pipeline fight has now entered a new phase, but its old foes — environmentalists and residents from both sides of the Delaware River — are still ready for battle.

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Natural gas developers banking on report to prevent Pennsylvania fracking ban

Natural gas developers in Pennsylvania are hoping a recent water quality report by the Susquehanna River Basin Commission could squelch plans for a fracking ban that's currently being considered by the neighboring Delaware River Basin Commission.

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More than 100,000 people want to keep fracking out of the Delaware River basin. What will Murphy do?

Pressure is mounting for Gov. Phil Murphy to ban fracking across a four state region.
Biologists measure, number and tag freshwater mussels from Deer Creek at Rocks State Park to reintroduce the species to the Patapsco River. (Credit: Maryland DNR)
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Bringing back natural water filters in Maryland and beyond

ELLICOTT CITY, Md.—Under the waters of the Patapsco River in Maryland, new life is forming.

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