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The Pennsylvania Environmental Council is partnering with DiscoverNEPA on a series highlighting some of the region’s best outdoor adventure destinations. Keep an eye on this series for updates on PEC […]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 20, 2024 Contact: Patrick Starr, Pennsylvania Environmental Council Email: [email protected] Phone: (267) 479-6101 PEC and Aqua PA Team Up to “Protect Your Drinking Water” Philadelphia — […]
The following post is the first in a series exploring policy implications of federally funded “hydrogen hub” projects planned for Pennsylvania. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions across all sectors of our […]
Western Pennsylvania has lost a passionate conservationist and an irreplaceable environmental leader with the death of James Lang, Vice President of the French Creek Valley Conservancy (FCVC) and a long-serving […]
PEC Vice President Patrick Starr is taking the lead as Chair of the Circuit Trails Steering Committee to guide trail development and programming in the Philadelphia area. He replaces Sarah […]
Pennsylvania Legacies #208
Two of the seven proposals selected for federal funding to develop clean hydrogen “hubs” have a footprint in Pennsylvania. The state has several key components of hydrogen production already in […]
PEC and Environmental Defense Fund sent the following letter to Members of the Pennsylvania Senate on February 7, 2024: Dear Senators: On behalf of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) and […]
DCNR Sec. Cindy Dunn with PA Outdoor Corps members
Governor Josh Shapiro’s proposed 2024-25 budget represents a much-needed investment in the outdoors and Pennsylvania’s environment, including new funding for trails and workforce development in the outdoor industry. In his […]
John Dawes may have retired, but his legacy lives on in a new source of funding from the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds (FPW). The R. John Dawes Clean Water Fund, […]