News Release | PennEnvironment

Nearly 400,000 comments from Pennsylvanians in support of cleaning up power plants delivered to EPA

Philadelphia, PA-- As the public comment period on the Clean Power Plan closes today, PennEnvironment delivered tens of thousands of comments, resolutions of support from more than a dozen communities, and letters from businesses and professors in support of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards to reduce carbon pollution from power plants.

News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

PA Solar Power Growing by 49% a Year

Philadelphia PA –Solar power is growing so fast in Pennsylvania that goals once considered ambitious are now seen as readily achievable, according to a new report by the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center.

News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

PA Solar Power Growing by 49% a Year

Philadelphia PA –Solar power is growing so fast in Pennsylvania that goals once considered ambitious are now seen as readily achievable, according to a new report by the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center.

News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

PA Solar Power Growing by 49% a Year

Philadelphia PA –Solar power is growing so fast in Pennsylvania that goals once considered ambitious are now seen as readily achievable, according to a new report by the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center.

News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment Announces Endorsements for Environmental Candidates

[Philadelphia] – Today PennEnvironment announced its environmental endorsements for races around the state for the upcoming Election Day on Tuesday, November 4th.

“For the past four years, Gov. Corbett and his allies have pushed an anti-environmental agenda, working with the polluters to open a flood gate of policies that mean more air pollution, water pollution and put the places we love at risk,” said David Masur, PennEnvironment’s Executive Director. “We need leaders who can repair the damage to Pennsylvania’s waterways, parks and forests during Governor Corbett’s term and that’s exactly what these candidates will do.”

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