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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 Research and Policy Center

PennEnvironment Responds to Resignation of DEP Secretary Krancer

Statement of David Masur, PennEnvironment Director, regarding the announcement that Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Michael Krancer will step down April 15. 

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Advocates Push for Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable agriculture advocates believe healthy farms is a triple win for Pennsylvania as it benefits the state’s economy and farmers, protects the natural environment and is good for health in what’s called the “farm to table” movement

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Report | PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center

Healthy Farms, Healthy Environment

Pennsylvanians increasingly want healthy, locally grown food that is produced in ways that reflect their values – including protection of the environment. PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center has released a report that outlines how sustainable, healthy farms in Pennsylvania are a triple win: Sustainable food economies can reduce the massive impacts of agriculture on our environment, while boosting the value of Pennsylvania farms, promoting food security, and supporting healthy, vibrant communities.

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Group Pushes for Sustainable Agriculture in Southwest Pennsylvania

The PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center recently released a report on the economical and environmental benefits of sustainably produced, local agriculture. 

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Local Groups Promote Sustainable Agriculture

Now that the first day of spring has come and gone, local groups are hoping to promote healthy farming. 

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