DEP Secretary John Quigley Featured on August Edition of “Environmental Focus”

August 7, 2015
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Pittsburgh – The newly formed Pennsylvania Pipeline Infrastructure Taskforce was the topic of discussion on the August edition of “Environmental Focus,” the Pennsylvania Environmental Council’s (PEC) monthly half-hour television talk show.

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley (right) discusses the Pennsylvania Pipeline Taskforce in the Aug. 9 edition of “Environmental Focus.” The show will air at 4 p.m.

Airing on the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) on Sunday, Aug. 9 at 4 p.m., the show featured Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary and taskforce chair John Quigley.

In his interview, Quigley outlined the mission and goals of the 48-member taskforce as it works towards its February 2016 deadline to make recommendations to Governor Tom Wolf for a 21st century natural gas distribution system.

Following Quigley’s interview, a roundtable discussion on the problems of locating gas pipelines included Nels Johnson, Director of North America Energy at the Nature Conservancy and PEC President and CEO Davitt Woodwell, who himself was appointed to the taskforce.

Previous editions of “Environmental Focus” have included topics such as outdoor recreation on Pennsylvania’s waterways and Pennsylvania’s capital budget. The show has featured distinguished guests such as Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn and former DEP Secretary Dave Hess.

To view the first two episodes of “Environmental Focus,” click here.

 

About the Pennsylvania Environmental Council

Founded in 1970, the Pennsylvania Environmental Council is the leading environmental organization in the state, and was instrumental in the passage of nearly every major piece of legislation and regulatory initiative affecting clean air, clean water, land use and conservation, hazardous materials, and other major public policy actions since that time. Today, the organization is heavily engaged in a number of critical initiatives surrounding the development of the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania, trail and green space development, green energy and climate change programs, water quality, and watershed protection projects.

PEC serves the entire state with programs and staff spanning the Commonwealth.

 

About Pennsylvania Cable Network

PCN (the Pennsylvania Cable Network) is a Government-access television cable television network dedicated to 24-hour coverage of government and public affairs in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It features live coverage of both Houses of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, as well as other forms of informational and educational programming.

The bulk of PCN’s operations are located in Harrisburg, the Commonwealth capital, but it also has bureaus in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

For more information, visit www.pcntv.com.

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