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HIGHLIGHT: New Fracking Expose Released

Watch our new expose on fracking to learn the truth about this dangerous drilling.

 

HIGHLIGHT: In the Path of the Storm

Four out of five Americans live in areas hit by recent weather-related disasters. Check out our interactive online map showing, county-by-county, which weather-related disasters hit when. Then tell the Obama administration you want strong carbon pollution limits on power plants. 

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News Release | PennEnvironment

New Study Uncovers Systemic Attacks Against State Solar Programs

With solar power on the rise around the country, a national network of fossil fuel and utility-backed organizations have joined forces to put the brakes on this fast-growing pollution-free energy resource. 

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Report | Environment America Research & Policy Center

A New Way Forward

America has made progress in cutting pollution from cars and trucks over the last decade as a result of improved vehicle fuel economy and slower growth in driving. But eliminating greenhouse gas emissions from our urban transportation systems is going to require more than incremental change – it will require transformation. 

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News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

STATEMENT BY PENNENVIRONMENT’S ZOE CINA-SKLAR ON PHILADELPHIA CITY COUNCIL’S SOLAR SCHOOL HEARING

In response to today’s solar school hearing, PennEnvironment Campaign Organizer Zoë Cina-Sklar released the following statement:

 

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News Release | PennEnvironment

On National Doctor’s Day, 1000+ PA Health Professionals Call for Increased Protections from Fracking

Health experts from across the Commonwealth came together to issue a “Call to Action” to the Wolf administration from the largest group of PA health professionals to voice concern about the health risks posed by fracking.

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Report | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

Solar Schools for Philadelphia

Philadelphia’s public schools could cover nearly 40 percent of their energy needs by installing solar panels on their 100 acres of usable rooftop space. “Going solar” would save taxpayers tens of millions of dollars on electricity bills for school buildings, while creating local jobs, offering educational and training opportunities for city students and reducing pollution.

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