308,519 people in Pennsylvania have called for climate action

President Obama and the EPA have announced carbon pollution standards for all existing power plants in America.

Will you join others around the country in saying you believe we must protect our children and future generations from climate change?

Tell the President and the EPA that you support strong carbon pollution standards.

"I strongly support the EPA's effort to limit carbon pollution from all power plants."

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Tell Your Senator to Protect the Clean Power Plan

Climate change poses an undeniable threat to our national security, health, and economy. In the wake of three of the most destructive hurricanes in U.S. ...

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Tell Senator Casey It's Time to Act

The majority of Americans knows that climate change poses an undeniable threat to our national security, public health, and economy. That’s why we cannot allow ...

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Climate and Progressive Groups’ Leaders Statement on the Finalization of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan

August 3, 2015 - Washington, DC: Leaders of several groups fighting for action on climate change released the following joint statement in reaction to the ...

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Organizations Make the Call for Climate Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lauren Gleason July 30, 2015 703/855-4176 [email protected] July 30th marks a national day of action on climate change supported by hundreds ...

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8 Million Comments Supporting Action on Climate Change

As the public comment period on the Clean Power Plan came to a close today, National groups supporting climate action hand delivered the “8 millionth” ...

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Pennsylvania Emits As Much Carbon As Chile

PennEnvironment released their “America’s Dirtiest Power Plants” Report in four Pennsylvania cities including Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Johnstown on September 18th. The report shows that ...

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NRG to convert 597-MW coal-fired plant in Pennsylvania to burn natural gas

NRG Energy has withdrawn its deactivation notice for the 597-MW coal-fired plant in Shawville, Pennsylvania, and will convert the four units to burn natural gas.

Power plant becomes a model for cleaner operation

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Cleaner air could mean higher electric bills

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New regs to reduce fish kills from Susquehanna water intakes could affect local power plants

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Op-Ed: Mitigate Methane Emissions In Pennsylvania

First, the bad news. There is broad agreement that methane emissions from natural gas development in Pennsylvania and other states are a serious problem.

Solar company hopes suit against PPL will change state policy

David Hommrich is suing PPL Corp. But he might as well be taking on the state of Pennsylvania.

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