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HIGHLIGHT: New Fracking Expose Released

Watch our new expose on fracking to learn the truth about this dangerous drilling.

 

HIGHLIGHT: In the Path of the Storm

Four out of five Americans live in areas hit by recent weather-related disasters. Check out our interactive online map showing, county-by-county, which weather-related disasters hit when. Then tell the Obama administration you want strong carbon pollution limits on power plants. 

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Opinion: How to end our oil addiction: 60 miles per gallon by 2025

Each visit to the gas pump reminds Pennsylvanians of the painful economic burden of our nation’s oil addiction. 

With millions of dollars leaving the state every day to oil companies and hostile foreign nations, it’s time to stop putting energy dollars into the hands of extremists. 

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Letter: New mileage standard will break oil addiction

On July 29 President Barack Obama started the drive toward historical reductions in oil dependence, global warming pollution, and the amount of money we pay at the gas pump. His announcement of a new 54.5 miles-per-gallon standard by 2025 will go a long way toward ensuring America breaks its addiction to oil.

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How to cut ozone

This summer's higher temperatures have brought more orange alert days for smog pollution. But as bad as this summer has been, imagine how much worse it will get if we don't act now to reduce smog. Could you imagine it being so polluted you couldn't go outside?

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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.

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Report | PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center

Grand Canyon at Risk

Uranium mining—which often requires vast open pits, spreads radioactive dust through the air, and leaks radioactivity and toxic chemicals into the environment—is among the riskiest industrial activities in the world. Every uranium mine ever operated in the United States has required some degree of toxic waste cleanup, and the worst have sickened dozens of people, contaminated miles of rivers and streams, and required the cleanup of hundreds of acres of land.

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