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Working together to “break up” with plastic pollution | Elizabeth DiSanto

We need policy and corporate actors to work together to curb our plastics problem.

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An attack on California solar benefits that affects us all | Johanna Neumann

From an investors’ perspective, what’s afoot in California spells trouble not only for the Golden State but also for the rest of the nation

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The Clean Energy Home Series (Part 1): What is a heat pump?

A series on how to electrify your home and transition to appliances that can run on renewable energy

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Report | PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center

Lead in the Water

Lead is highly toxic, especially for children. Since the crisis in Flint, Michigan, many communities across the country have tested for and found lead in their drinking water - even in schools, where our children go to learn and play each day. Both state and city law require lead testing in Philadelphia schools, but the testing process has been slow and remains incomplete. Four years into the District's testing process, only 29% of public schools have been tested and the results posted publicly.

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