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Pennsylvanians Featured in Project Highlighting "Voices for 100% Renewable Energy"

Today, PennEnvironment highlighted Pennsylvania residents profiled in a national project as leading voices for clean energy. The initiative, Voices for 100% Renewable Energy, is an online album with photos, testimonials and videos featuring a wide array of individuals – from academics, to mayors and other public officials, to community leaders, to business and nonprofit leaders – embracing a massive transition to clean energy.

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Repealing the Clean Water Rule turns the mission of the Environmental Protection Agency on its head

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Scott Pruitt proposed repealing the Clean Water Rule, which restored federal protections to half our nation’s streams and thousands of wetlands across the country.  Adam Garber, PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center Deputy Director, issued the following statement:

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Citizens Rally to Expand Clean Energy in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG– More than 100 residents across Pennsylvania traveled to the Capitol today with PennEnvironment to deliver a message to members of the General Assembly: it’s time to play a leadership role in pioneering climate and clean energy solutions.

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Smell Something? Say Something

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's CREATE Lab are rolling out new features in Smell PGH, a smartphone app that helps Pittsburgh area residents collectively report foul odors and alert each other to suspicious smells that waft through city neighborhoods and suburbs.

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Governor Wolf Celebrates New Coal Mine Opposed by Impacted Community Members, Hasn’t Joined US Climate Alliance

Jennerstown, PA - Today, as Governor Wolf joins Corsa Coal in Somerset County for the opening of the Acosta Mine in Jenners Township - a project touted by President Trump as he withdrew from the Paris Accord - Pennsylvania’s commitment to climate action remains uncertain.

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