Stop the Elcon Hazardous Waste Burner

 Bucks County was the only county in Pennsylvania to have two dangerous "Red Ozone Days" in 2013. In 2014, it was second only to Philadelphia and Pittsburgh in "orange" air quaility days where children, the elderly and asthmatics are at risk of respiratory damage.

Support Clean Energy In Pennsylvania

Today, under the EPA's Clean Power Plan to limit carbon pollution from power plants, Pennsylvania has an unprecedented opportunity to transition away from dirty fossil fuels and towards a cleaner, healthier future based on renewable energy and energy efficiency. By developing a strong plan to comply with the Clean Power Plan, Pennsylvania can save thousands of lives while creating jobs, lowering electric bills, and preventing the worst effects of climate change.

Tell Senator Casey: We Need a Climate Leader

The first four months of 2015 were the hottest of any recorded since 1880. 2015 is on pace to knock 1998 out of the top ten hottest years ever. The top ten hottest years ever will all have taken place after 2000. Our climate is in peril and Senator Bob Casey agrees.

Say No to the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline!

The proposed Atlantic Sunrise pipeline would span 178 miles through eight counties in Pennsylvania. If approved, it would directly impact the lives of thousands of people living in these communities.

Say No to the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline!

Protect Coal Workers

Coal workers need your support. The Healthy Employee Loss Prevention Act (HELP Act) will create a program to help former coal workers find new jobs as the U.S.

Keep America in the Wind Industry

Pennsylvania has squandered its jobs in the wind industry. There used to be 4,000 wind jobs in Pennsylvania, but now, with the closure of the two Gamesa turbine manufacturing plants in Cambria and Bucks Counties in March, there are almost none. One big reason for these closures is the expiration of the production tax credit (PTC) for wind energy, giving the wind farm 2.3 cents per kilowatt hour of wind energy generated. This small subsidy helps create good jobs in renewable energy.

Demand a Hearing on Proposed Westmoreland County Shale Gas Power Plant

PA DEP IS CONSIDERING APPROVING ANOTHER SHALE GAS POWER PLANT - COMMENT NOW AND SEND A PETITION TO THE COMPANY

Report Shale Gas Air Pollution NOW

Clean Air Council is announcing a new auto-alert system for notifying relevant agencies about odors, noises or visible emissions that residents suspect are coming from natural gas operations in their community. 

DEP Needs a New Public Input Process

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) is currently revising a policy on how the public will be allowed to participate in the permitting of polluting facilities. Many of these policies and procedures, for instance, will directly impact how residents living near polluted facilities will be able to participate in decisions about shale gas infrastructure in Pennsylvania.  This is your chance to tell PA DEP what you think about their proposed policy changes and make your own suggestions. 

“Common Senses” Citizen Air Monitoring

Clean Air Council is asking residents living in shale-field regions to report ANYTHING that they smell, hear or see that is out of the ordinary and possibly related to natural gas operations. Odors, visible emissions or noises may be the only indication of serious air pollution issues and environmental violations. PA DEP has the authority to take remedial action through investigations and issuing notices of violation. 

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