Monday, April 24, 2023

Monday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips - 4.24.23

Are You Telling Your Story?

House holds Regular Session April 24, 25, 26, May 1, 2, 3, 22, 23, 24

-- Committee Schedule

Senate holds Regular Session April 24, 25, 26, May 1, 2, 3, 22, 23, 24

-- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events 

TODAY 10:00: House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee holds hearing on Pennsylvania's newly expanded abandoned conventional oil and gas well plugging program and on updating conventional oil and gas well bonding requirements.  Room G-50 Irvis Building starting at 10:00 a.m.  Click Here to watch online.   Read more here.

-- House Hearing Today: Let’s Work Together To Make Conventional Oil & Gas Industry Practices Cleaner, Respect Property Rights, Protect Taxpayers And Prevent New Abandoned Wells  [PaEN]

-- April 24 PA Environment Digest Now Available  [PaEN]

-- WTAJ: ClearWater Conservancy Celebrates Earth Day With Annual Watershed Cleanup Day In Centre County

-- Williamsport Sun: Lycoming College Students, Service Organizations Clean Up For Earth Day

-- Altoona Mirror: Putting Earth First: Portage Students Turn Out For Reboot Of School’s Annual Earth Day Cleanup

-- Beaver County Times: Earth Day Celebrated At Sisters Of St. Joseph

-- York Daily Record: EPA Lawsuit On Chesapeake Bay Tentatively Settled, With Pennsylvania Taking Heat

-- Scranton Times Editorial: Did EPA Throw PA Under The Boat On Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Settlement?

-- TribLive: Leechburg Recycling Center Volunteers Carry Heavy Burden 

-- Post-Gazette - Anya Litvak: One-Stop-Shop For Low-Income Utility Customers?  PUC Wants Your Thoughts

-- WHYY/BillyPenn: Bees Are Busy At Philly’s Libraries, Making Honey Used For Education And Fun

-- Centre Daily Times: Central PA Native Plant Festival Coming Next Month To New Location

-- Wilkes-Barre Times: Off And Riding: Annual Luzerne, Lackawanna, Wyoming Counties Bike Ride Starts In Pittston For First Time

Other States/National/International

-- Bloomberg: 546,000 Gallon Crude Oil Spill From Keystone Pipeline Caused By Fatigue Crack, TC Energy Says

-- Bloomberg: How The World Is Spending $1.1 Trillion On Climate Technology 

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- Spotlight PA: Affordability Remains Top Issue For PA State-Related Universities During Budget Process

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[Posted: April 24, 2023]  PA Environment Digest

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