Without action on climate change, Hurricane Ida is just the beginning | Opinion
Without swift and substantial action to reduce methane and carbon emissions, we’re on a dangerous track to deadlier and more frequent natural disasters.
DEP steamrolling power plant approval is out of step with agency rhetoric | Opinion
The agency must reopen the public comment period for a proposed pipeline in Clinton County
Joining RGGI will strengthen Pennsylvania’s recovery | Opinion
Joining RGGI will lead to more facilities taking steps to improve how they manage energy use and install more efficient equipment.
With wind and solar potential, Pennsylvania should lead toward renewable future | Opinion
There are several actions that our elected officials in Harrisburg can take to lean into clean energy during the current legislative session in the state Capitol.
For our future, Pa. needs a robust Civilian Conservation Corps | Opinion
Pa. needs a federal CCC because we need to close all our orphaned mine wells, replant all our trees, and transition our energy and transportation infrastructures.
Thanks to stimulus funding, Pa. has a chance to Grow Greener again. We can’t miss it | Opinion
Pennsylvania’s public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generation yet to come.
Together, we can choose a different future for Appalachian communities | Opinion
We need an ambitious national policy agenda that supports the people and places hit hardest by our changing economy.
How electric cars can advance environmental justice: By putting low-income and racially diverse drivers behind the wheel | Opinion
By Andrea Marpillero-Colomina The global auto industry has begun a historic shift from gas- and diesel-fueled cars to electric vehicles. President Biden’s infrastructure plan seeks to speed up this transition by requesting billions of dollars to modernize the electric grid and build 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations. Evidence shows that many Americans are eager to […]
Reducing methane is crucial for protecting climate and health, and it can pay for itself. So why aren’t more companies doing it? | Opinion
The world will have to stop building more fossil fuel infrastructure. The better route is to be responsible now and take care of the climate rather than counting on cleaning up the mess later.
Here’s how to build a more equitable future for Pa. with clean energy | Opinion
By targeting the benefits of clean energy investments to low-income households and communities exiting the fossil fuel industry, DEP can lift families out of energy poverty, improve public health, and build local wealth.
Chesapeake Energy’s settlement doesn’t far enough. This chronic polluter must be shut down | Opinion
Chesapeake readily admits to damming streams and filling in wetlands here in Pennsylvania. It’s clear the company sees these violations, and the fines that come with them, as merely the cost of doing business.
Here’s how Pa.’s clean energy businesses are poised to grow a local energy economy | Opinion
For more than a decade, Pennsylvania has sat on the sidelines as neighboring states enjoy the benefits of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).