We’re one step closer toward meaningfully addressing climate change in the Commonwealth – but we have a long way to go.
The Environmental Quality Board voted 13-6 Tuesday to let Pennsylvania enter the multi-state Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
We need real dialogue that understands energy jobs and environmental concerns are not mutually exclusive. It's not an either/or proposition.
We are at a crossroads. Let’s put people’s health and safety first, and get ahead of the next crisis while responding to this one.
Union leaders understandably want to protect jobs, But Democratic legislators must resist this union pressure and vote with a broader societal focus.
Read the report. And then ask yourself this simple question: would you let your family live in a community with fracking?
At a time when state budgets are crunched, $300 million from RGGI proceeds could provide a critical infusion into the economy.
There’s a strong business case for methane mitigation technologies, because wasted methane is wasted product companies could sell.
By joining RGGI, the Commonwealth would be taking steps to ensure that all Pennsylvanians reap the benefits of a clean economy.
Working with the state Department of Environmental Protection, local municipalities such as 13,500-person Indiana Borough , are putting plans in place to protect their communities from climate-related changes and disasters.