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Fracking in the forests: environmental groups ask for more public input

As a member of the Save Loyalsock Coalition, PennEnvironment calls for increased protections for state forests from fracking in response to the draft State Forest Resource Management Plan.

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In some ways, new gas-drilling rules are pretty limited in scope

PennEnvironment's Fracking Campaign Organizer, Allie DiTucci, is featured in a recent Pittsburgh City Paper article about new oil and gas drilling regulations.

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PennEnviroment report finds hundreds of fracking operations near Pennsylvania schools, day-care centers

PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center's report Dangerous and Close, which looks at the dangerous proximity of fracking wells to vulnerable populations, was highlighted in Pittsburgh City Paper.

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Penn. fracking is too close to children, environmentalists warn

Metro Philadelphia featured the release of the PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center's new fracking report, "Dangerous and Close."

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PennEnvironment, two House Dems push for stronger regulations on shale drilling operations

PA State Representatives and top health experts joined the PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center to release a new report on fracking, "Dangerous and Close."

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Grassroots Efforts Working to Fight Fracking in Allegheny Park

"We escape there to experience nature, to show our kids the gems of our community, to hike and run and bike and recreate, and we cannot put tis at risk," said Erica Stafford,  of Penn Environment.

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Environmental Group: Raise Bonds For Drilling

Pennsylvania regulations requiring bonding or insurance from gas and oil drillers fall short in protecting taxpayers and citizens from potential damages, a state environmental group said Tuesday.

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Environmental Group: Raise Bonds For Drilling

Pennsylvania regulations requiring bonding or insurance from gas and oil drillers fall short in protecting taxpayers and citizens from potential damages, a state environmental group said Tuesday.

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