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We're slowing down fracking in Pennsylvania.

PennEnvironment and PennEnvironment Reasearch and Policy Center has called for a ban on fracking, to protect our health, environment and communities. In 2016, you helped us continue to shine a spotlight on the threats posed by fracking and the worst actors in the fracking industry and made headway to protect our environment when positive action seemed so hard to come by.

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Bright Spot: Nevada Legislature votes to restore rooftop solar program | Bret Fanshaw

After nearly a year and a half of uncertainty, Nevada residents may once again be able to take advantage of rooftop solar energy.

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News Release | PennEnvironment

Statement on President Trump's Abandonment of Paris Agreement

“President Trump has got it exactly backwards: there’s no sound economy in our future without a healthy planet.  If national leadership chooses to ignore that reality, then governors and mayors must step in to fill the leadership void to show the world that Americans will do our part to address the climate crisis.” – David Masur, PennEnvironment Executive Director

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Labor unions, parent groups, and health experts join Philly council members to announce citywide coalition to tackle environmental health threats in public schools

[Philadelphia] – As Philadelphia City Council heard testimony from concerned citizens at a public hearing about the city’s public schools, a powerful coalition of unusual suspects announced the kick-off of the “Philly Health Schools Initiative” to address significant building condition deficiencies and related environmental health threats found in public school buildings, including lead paint, asbestos, mold and other risks. 

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PennEnvironment Announces Pittsburgh Endorsements

[Philadelphia] – Today the citizen-based environmental organization PennEnvironment announced its slate of environmental endorsements for races in the mayoral and city council primaries in the city of Pittsburgh for the May 16th primary.

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