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  • Pennsylvania Legacies #118

    Pennsylvania Legacies #118

    As investors grow wary of fossil fuels and big companies prioritize sustainability, where will Pennsylvania fit in the post-carbon economy? Analysis from Steven Clarke and Alli Gold-Roberts of Ceres, a nonprofit that advocates for clean energy in the business community....

    March 24, 2020By: Josh Raulerson
  • PEC at 50: A New Millennium

    PEC at 50: A New Millennium

    This post is the third in a series recounting the history of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council on the occasion of PEC’s 50th anniversary. Read other stories here. The turn of a new century brought with it growing concern within the...

    March 19, 2020By: Pennsylvania Environmental Council
  • PEC Events Rescheduled

    PEC Events Rescheduled

    Friends of PEC, PEC will not be holding any in-person events until at least May 1 and likely somewhat beyond. At this time, all of our spring awards dinners are being rescheduled to the fall. The new line-up is: Northeast...

    March 18, 2020By: Davitt Woodwell

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  • Meadville Market House celebrates local focus as it turns 150

    MEADVILLE — In 1870, black men got the right to vote, the U.S. population was pegged at 38.6 million, John D. Rockefeller incorporated Standard Oil Co. and the Meadville Market House opened for business. Now, 150 years later, the Market House,...

    March 9,
  • Oneness to honor founder of the community garden

    Like the single seed that produces a plant full of vegetables, Ken Rice is a grower of community. His efforts along those lines will be recognized at Oneness, an event celebrating unity amid diversity scheduled for March 29 at the...

    March 7, 2020New Castle News

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