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Drill And Ditch? Report Outlines State's Shortcomings to Protect Oil, Gas Leaseholders

In the event of fracking or drilling damages, Pennsylvanians and their communities may not be adequately covered financially when -- or if --  the bill comes, a new report says.

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PennEnvironment launches door-to-door campaign

Residents of Harmony Township and Ambridge should expect a few more knocks at their doors this summer. 

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Pennsylvania Tightens Air Quality Permits

As a result of a lawsuit brought by Earthjustice on behalf of the Sierra Club, the Clean Air Council, and PennEnvironment, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) updated and strengthened air quality permits for coal plants across the state.

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Conservation secretary's forced resignation 'has nothing to do with any public policy,' Corbett spokesman says

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources secretary resigned at the governor's request Thursday, but the reason was not immediately disclosed. 

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Advocates Push for Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable agriculture advocates believe healthy farms is a triple win for Pennsylvania as it benefits the state’s economy and farmers, protects the natural environment and is good for health in what’s called the “farm to table” movement

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