News Release | PennEnvironment

U.S. EPA Proposes Protections against Air Pollution from Oil and Gas Industry

As U.S. EPA held a public hearing today in Pittsburgh, PennEnvironment praised the agency’s proposed rules to curb air pollution from oil and gas operations as part of an urgently needed response to the public health threats posed by hydraulic fracturing.

News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment Applauds EPA for Step Forward on Regulating Air Pollution from Gas Drilling

Today, the statewide environmental organization PennEnvironment applauded U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the air pollution regulations that the agency proposed today, calling them a step forward in the fight to clean up air pollution in Pennsylvania and nationwide.

News Release | PennEnvironment

PennEnvironment on Marcellus Advisory Committee: Been There, Done That

Statement of Erika Staaf, PennEnvironment Clean Water Advocate, regarding Gov. Corbet's Marcellus Shale Advisory Committee report.

News Release | PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center

New report shows how to transition Pennsylvania off oil

A comprehensive strategy to get off oil can reduce oil dependence in Pennsylvania by 1.8 billion gallons, four times more oil than we could get by expanding offshore drilling throughout the entire Atlantic and Pacific Coasts, according to a new report released today by PennEnvironment.

News Release | PennEnvironment

New Report: Shale Gas Extraction Poses Risk to Vulnerable Populations in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s vulnerable populations are often situated near Marcellus Shale gas extraction, which has had a track record of pollution, accidents and violations, according to a new PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center report, In the Shadow of the Marcellus Boom: How Shale Gas Extraction Puts Vulnerable Pennsylvanians at Risk.

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