Council Demands Updated Building Codes at the First of Three Statewide Public Hearings

The Council was in Youngwood, PA November 18 to demand that the UCC RAC make Pennsylvania more efficient.

You can send them, along with your state senator, a statement of support here.

Council Calls for Philly to become Renewable Energy Hub

Clean Air Council Testimony to Philadelphia City Council

Public hearing regarding Philadelphia’s energy future

Community Organizing Guide: Shale Gas Infrastructure

This guide contains step by step information about how to organize around natural gas operations and related rules and regulations, and how to effectively use information to impact decision-making on permits, rules, and regulations. The guide is divided into four broad sections: how to develop a campaign, how to recruit members, how to facilitate discussion and how to use media as a tool for advancing your campaign.

Clean Air Council Launches I See Smoke- Innovative Application to Report Wood Burning Practices

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
October 27th, 2014                                                                                                         

CONTACT:  
Mollie Simon
(412) 275-0600 x 128
msimon@cleanair.org

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

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OCTOBER 10, 2014   
                               

PennEast Pipeline Information

Update: Almost every township in New Jersey has passed a resolution in opposition to the proposed PennEast pipeline! See the map here.

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.

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