Friday, May 14, 2021

Friday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 5.14.21

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PA Environmental Defense Foundation: A Review Of Where We Are Today On The 50th Anniversary Of PA's Environmental Rights Amendment [PaEN]

PEC Podcast: Celebrating 50th Anniversary Of PA’s Environmental Rights Amendment With Franklin Kury

Marcus Schneck: Ned Smith Center To Celebrate PA’s Environmental Rights Amendment With Exhibit, Open House

Guest Essay: Will Congress Help Coal Country? By Joseph Pizarchik, Fmr Director, federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, and Fmr Director, DEP Bureau of Mining and Reclamation 

Gov. Wolf Joins Chesapeake Bay Watershed Governors, Officials Urging Congress To Support ‘Billion For The Bay Initiative' To Jumpstart Final Restoration Efforts  [PaEN]

PA Cap-Star: PA’s Wolf, Chesapeake Bay Guvs Propose ‘Billion For The Bay’ Federal Funding Initiative

Bay Journal: Governors Say A ‘Billion For The Bay’ Will Help Cleanup The Chesapeake

Student Project Brings Trees And Music To Water Quality Cleanup Efforts In Lancaster County; June 5 ‘The Big Do’ Celebration [PaEN]

Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Student Leaders Continue To Carry The Torch In Pennsylvania [PaEN]

Conservation Districts: Need Technical Assistance With Watershed Monitoring?  Check Out C-SAW [PaEN]

Delaware RiverKeeper May 14 RiverWatch Video Report

PA Cap-Star: ‘Energy Choice’ Bill Has Some Lawmakers Worried Local Governments Could Lose Power To Regulate Energy Facilities

DEP Awards $3.4 Million+ To Support Cleaner Fuel Transportation Projects To Improve Air Quality, Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions [PaEN]

ErieT: Erie-Built Electric Locomotive Proved Itself In California Desert; Could It Be Headed To Market Soon?    Sen. Yaw’s SB 284 would tax these innovations by requiring bonds on manufacturing facilities. Read more here.

Inquirer Editorial: How Many Violations Will Be Enough For Gov. Wolf To Pull The Plug On Mariner East Pipeline?

The Hill: Colonial Pipeline Says it Has Restored Full Service

Guest Essay: PA Can Do Right By Fossil Fuel Workers While Tackling Climate Change

Heritage Conservancy President Jeffrey L. Marshall To Retire After 40 Years Of Service And Advocacy [PaEN]

TribLive: Municipalities Looking For Park Rentals To Return To Normal

Guest Essay: Pennsylvania Conservation Corridors & Ecological Connectivity By Deborah Woodard, Deborah Woodard, Anthony Bastian and Sally Sims, Pennsylvania Habitat Connectivity  [PaEN]

Marcus Schneck: Endangered Butterflies Reintroduced At Secret Sites In PA

John Hayes: Pittsburgh Region Will Miss Out On Brood X Of Cicadas

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Dept. Of Health: Reports 27 Additional Deaths Due To COVID; 1,643 New Cases; 47.3% Fully Vaccinated [Over 18]-- 5.14.21

Dept. Of Health: Revises Mask Order To Reflect Latest CDC Guidance For Fully Vaccinated Individuals - No Masks Indoors Or Outdoors, No Social Distancing

AP: First Ballot Test Of A Governor’s Pandemic Powers Starts In Pennsylvania 


StateImpactPA: We’ll Get Answers To Your Questions About Biden’s Climate Plan

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[Posted: May 14, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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