Thursday, October 15, 2020

Penn State Energy Law & Policy Next Webinar On Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative October 16

On October 16, Penn State’s Center for Energy Law and Policy will hold its next webinar on the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, this one on
Understanding The Link Between RGGI And Health Outcomes starting at Noon.

Wei Peng, assistant professor of international affairs and civil and environmental engineering, will discuss the potential health-related benefits of RGGI for Pennsylvania and the region.

Peng’s talk will cover topics such as why managing greenhouse gas emissions can have co-benefits related to local air quality and which areas of Pennsylvania and the larger region are most likely to see improvements in air quality.

Click Here to register for this free webinar.

Upcoming RGGI Webinars

The next webinars in the RGGI series will be held--

-- November 6: “The legal environment for RGGI in Pennsylvania”  Daniel Walters, Penn State Law,

-- December 4: “How RGGI fits into Pennsylvania’s evolving energy policy landscape” Daniel Mallinson, School of Public Affairs, Penn State Harrisburg,

For more information on the Penn State Center for Energy Law and Policy, contact Seth Blumsack at

Visit DEP’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative webpage to learn more about the proposal.

Related Articles:

-- Appalachian Regional Commission Awards $15 Million+ For Trails, Job Training, Broadband In PA Communities Impacted By Slowdown In Coal;  RGGI Could Help More 

-- Penn State Study Finds Passing Bills To Authorize Community Solar Would Support 12,000 Jobs, Generate $1.8 Billion In Economic Impact For PA

-- PA Sustainable Agriculture: Oct. 21 Listening Session: On-Farm Commercial Solar Energy 

[Posted: October 15, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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