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We sued polluters breaking the law and won.

When it comes to polluters breaking our cornerstone environmental laws or regulators who aren’t taking the proper steps to make sure polluters comply with these laws, PennEnvironment has long worked to use the power of citizen enforcement actions under the Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act to address these issues. In 2013, PennEnvironment announced two legal actions to address the lax behavior of polluters and state agencies that caused more air and water pollution in Pennsylvania.

News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment calls for wind tax credits to be renewed

As Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath prompt more Pennsylvanians to call for action to tackle global warming and the rise in extreme weather, PennEnvironment released a new report today that shows that Pennsylvania’s current power generation from wind energy displaces as much global warming pollution as taking 218,000 cars off the road per year.

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Report | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

Wind Power for a Cleaner America

The pending expiration of the production tax credit threatens the future expansion of wind power. To protect the environment, federal and state governments should continue and expand policies that support wind energy.

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News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment endorses 40 candidates for General Assembly

With the controversy over Marcellus Shale gas drilling driving up voter interest in environmental issues this election cycle, the statewide group PennEnvironment today announced its endorsements of 40 state House and Senate candidates.

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News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment Announces Pro-Environment Endorsements for 2012 Federal Elections

PennEnvironment announced its endorsements for the 2012 election season, shining a spotlight on key pro-environment candidates for Congress and the White House.

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FAW chides Thompson on roadless area bills

An environmental group, PennEnvironment, released a report last week that claimed millions of acres of national forest across the country are at risk of development if three congressional measures are signed into law.

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