News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

PennEnvironment study: Large solar potential for Philadelphia’s public schools

[Philadelphia] – Today, PennEnvironment was joined by Councilman Derek Green to release Solar Schools for Philadelphia: Clean air, green jobs, and financial savings, a report that analyzes the economic, public health, job creation and environmental benefits of installing solar on the rooftops of Philadelphia public schools.

News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center, ACTION United and ForestEthics

New Study: Philly’s Minority Communities at Greatest Risk from Oil Trains

[Philadelphia, PA] A new report today released by ForestEthics, ACTION United and PennEnvironment reveals that Philadelphia’s communities of color and low-income communities face disproportionate threats from oil train explosions and pollution when compared with white and higher-income communities.

News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment Shows Governor Wolf Valentine’s Day Love for Climate Action

On Friday afternoon, PennEnvironment volunteers delivered a collage of hundreds of photo petition valentines to directors of Governor Wolf’s regional offices asking him “to be Pennsylvania’s climate sweetheart.”

News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment Statement on Supreme Court Stay of Clean Power Plan

The Clean Power Plan has a strong legal foundation in the Clean Air Act, and we are confident that the Supreme Court will uphold this overwhelmingly popular move to protect our health and communities from the impacts of climate change.  We are confident that clean air will ultimately prevail.  

News Release | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

Statement by PennEnvironment on Philadelphia Energy Campaign Announcement

The Philadelphia Energy Campaign will leverage $1 billion dollars of private and public financing to expand energy efficiency programs and solar energy in Philadelphia.

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