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As a clean energy technology, hydrogen holds both promise and peril — especially in terms of local impacts and public attitudes. With DoE-funded regional hydrogen hubs coming to Pennsylvania, how […]
Pennsylvania’s industrial sector contributes more greenhouse gas emissions than any other in the state. A new plan developed by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection seeks to leverage hundreds of […]
Climate change threatens the survival of more than two-thirds of North America’s bird species. But the massive buildout of power transmission infrastructure needed to support a zero-carbon energy system also […]
Tom Gilbert took over as President of PEC this year, bringing a lifelong passion for the outdoors and decades of experience in environmental work. After giving him a few weeks […]
Oil and gas producing states have two years to bring their regulations up to newly finalized EPA standards, including stricter inspection and repair requirements, to stop leaks and intentional release […]
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 […]
New legislation in Harrisburg would require the use of responsible outdoor lighting at state government facilities, something cities in Pennsylvania and across the country are already pursuing. A panel of […]
Young people stand at the forefront of the environmental movement. A new advisory council gives them a direct line to the federal government. When the Environmental Protection Agency introduced […]
PEC President Davitt Woodwell will be retiring in the New Year, leaving a legacy of partnership building, and clearing the way for the next generation of environmental stewards. Woodwell reflects […]
Protecting Pennsylvania’s watersheds is a collective effort, carried out by everyone from agency experts to community volunteers. At the PA Statewide Watershed Conference, they all come together to share strategies, […]
The Three Rivers Heritage Trail in Allegheny County extends more than 33 miles on both banks of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers. The robust trail network has been decades […]
As we await key court decisions on Pennsylvania’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a refresher on what RGGI is, how it works, and why it would be a […]