Public Participation Guide: Biomass in Your Community

This guide contains step by step information about how to track biomass operations and related rules and regulations, and how to effectively use this information to impact decision-making on permits, rules, and regulations.

Parents and environmental groups challenge Middlesex Township zoning changes that allow fracking near schools and homes


PennEast Pipeline Information

On August 12, 2014, PennEast Pipeline Company (a joint project of AGL Resources,NJR Pipeline Company, South Jersey Industries, and UGI Energy Services) announced plans to construct a 100-mile pipeline from Luzerne County in Pennsylvania to Mercer County in New Jersey.

Climate Change and Environmental Justice

The Clean Air Council's Director of Environmental Justice Saleem Chapman presented to Southwest Philadelphians on the real-time effects of climate change in an underserved, overpolluted neighborhood.

Reach him at schapman@cleanair.org

Discussion Objective

Waste Incineration in PA

The Clean Air Council is working to make sure that Pennsylvania does not follow through on its suggestion to credit Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plants with carbon reductions. The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed limit on carbon dioxide from power plants requires Pennsylvania to cut carbon emissions by 32% from 2005 levels.

Clean Air Commuter/Clean Air Commute Employer of the Year

Do you know (or are you) a Clean Air Commuter?

We want to recognize Clean Air Council members who go the extra mile(s) for a sustainable commute!

Clean Air Council Influential in Denial of Sunoco Logistics Mariner East Pipeline Petition

Contact: Joseph Otis Minott, Clean Air Council Executive Director 215-567-4004 ext. 116, joe_minott@cleanair.org
Clean Air Council Influential in Denial of Sunoco Logistics Mariner East Pipeline Petition
The PA Public Utility Commission released a ruling today, July 30, 2014, that Sunoco’s proposed Mariner East Pipeline is not a public utility service and that Sunoco is not a public utility corporation.

Impacted Residents and Supporters Shut Down FERC offices in Washington, DC

July 14, 2014
1:44 PM
25 People Arrested Blocking Entrances to FERC, Protesting Proposed Fracked Gas Export Facility and Pipelines.
WASHINGTON - July 14 - Residents impacted by shale gas infrastructure and their supporters, including Council staff, blocked the entrances to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) headquarters today in protest of the proposed Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility and pipeline projects throughout the northeast.