Deep Decarbonization: A Bigger Boat

PEC will host a conference, "Achieving Deep Carbon Reductions: Paths for Pennsylvania’s Energy Future," on March 15-16 in Pittsburgh.

To highlight selected topics from the agenda, we're featuring a series of guest blog posts by conference speakers and other experts. The first piece is by Armond Cohen, Executive Director of the Clean Air Task Force.

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Pennsylvania Legacies #22: 2017 Preview, part 3

January 20, 2017
Pennsylvania Legacies #22: 2017 Preview, part 3

Lindsay Baxter sets the 2017 agenda for PEC's energy & climate program: deep decarbonization, low-impact hydropower, and rethinking sustainability. ...

PEC Blog
Energy & ClimatePolicy

New Video Series Goes Behind the Scenes of Electricity Distribution

January 16, 2017
New Video Series Goes Behind the Scenes of Electricity Distribution

How much do you know about how electricity gets delivered to your home? We all know that when we flip the switch, the lights come on. But for many of us, that’s where our understanding of electricity begins and ends. In reality, there's a complex and largely invisible system that manages how elect...

PEC Blog
Energy & Climate

Pennsylvania Legacies #21: 2017 Preview, part 2

January 13, 2017
Pennsylvania Legacies #21: 2017 Preview, part 2

Our 2017 preview series continues with a focus on trails. This week, Davitt Woodwell looks at the year ahead with PEC program manager for trails & recreation Frank Maguire.   ...

PEC Blog

2017 River of the Year Winner Announced

January 11, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 9, 2017 MEDIA CONTACTS: Terry Brady, DCNR: 717-705-2225; tbrady@pa.gov Janet Sweeney, POWR: 570-718-6507; jsweeney@pecpa.org   Allegheny Named Pennsylvania’s 2017 River of the Year Harrisburg, PA – Among the most biologically diverse watersheds...

Press Release
Water TrailsWatersheds

Pennsylvania Legacies #20: 2017 Preview, part 1

January 6, 2017
Pennsylvania Legacies #20: 2017 Preview, part 1

We start the new year with a look ahead to some of the issues we're working on in 2017. PEC Legal & Government Affairs VP John Walliser is first up with a preview of DEP's forthcoming permit proposal for unconventional gas production. ...

PEC Blog
Policy

Out With The Old (Tires)

January 3, 2017
Out With The Old (Tires)

PEC's illegal dumpsite cleanup program ended 2016 with a pair of cleanup events in Susquehanna County. Workers from the Springville Township Street Department got the job done on December 8th, just in time for the first snowfall of the year. A total of  141 discarded tires, weighing in...

PEC Blog
Communities & Landscapes
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Pennsylvania Environmental Council

Conservation Through Cooperation

The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education, and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities, and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.

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