Tag Archives | Pennsylvania

Power lines on field in morning fog

Achieving Deep Carbon Reductions: Paths for Pennsylvania’s Electricity Future

By guest blogger Eleanora Kaloyeropoulou, Climate and Energy Fellow at Pennsylvania Environmental Council On March 15-16, 2017 the Pennsylvania Environmental Council is convening Achieving Deep Carbon Reductions: Paths for Pennsylvania’s Electricity Future in Pittsburgh. This conference will bring together prominent thought-leaders in clean energy and climate protection for an open and honest discussion around the […]

Continue Reading
city-energy

Clean Power Plan Support in Op-Ed by Mayors of Pittsburgh & Philadelphia

Mayor Peduto of Pittsburgh and Mayor Kenney of Philadelphia have spoken out in support not only of a new federal power plan, but also a way to comply that puts those most vulnerable (those who spend the highest portion of their income on energy bills) first. The Clean Power Plan aims to reduce carbon pollution from […]

Continue Reading

Leave the LEED and Green Globes incentives in HB 210

A big vote is coming up on Tuesday February 24 that we need your help on.  Please contact your state representative and ask them to leave the LEED and Green Globes incentives in the bill so that we can have more green schools. HB 210 goes to vote on Tuesday the 24th. This bill makes  […]

Continue Reading