Friday, July 23, 2021

Friday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 7.23.21

returns to session September 20, 21, 22

     -- Committee Schedule

House returns to session September 27, 28, 29

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


-- Daily American: Organizer Welcoming The Public To Annual ‘9-for-9’ Celebration At Quecreek

-- StateImpactPA/Reid Frazier: Group Says Tighter Radiation Controls Needed On Drilling Waste 

-- Marcellus Shale Coalition: Unconventional Shale Drilling Waste - How It’s Regulated

-- Chesapeake Bay Foundation-PA: Applauds PA Supreme Court Ruling On Unconstitutional Transfer Of DCNR Oil & Gas Fund Monies To Fill Budget Gaps [PaEN]

-- Sen. Comitta, Rep. Herrin To Discuss Rebuilding PA’s Energy Infrastructure, Helping Communities Transition To Clean Energy In July 28 Webinar  [PaEN]

-- Penn State Extension Launches Master Watershed Steward Program In Adams And Franklin Counties [PaEN]

-- Register Now For 2021 PA Abandoned Mine Reclamation Virtual Conference Oct. 27-28  [PaEN]

-- Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition Partner Tim Danehy Elected President Of American Society Of Reclamation Sciences [PaEN]

-- Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition: July Catalyst Newsletter - Tim Danehy Elected President Of American Society Of Reclamation Services

-- Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition: June Catalyst Newsletter - Moraine Regatta Celebrates 51 Years, Blacks Creek Presentation

-- Land Health Institute Blog: Watershed Citizenship: Exploring My Backyard Watershed - Brielle McQuiston, Delaware County

-- TribLive/Mary Ann Thomas: Couple Marries In First-Of-A-Kind Ceremony Along Kiski Township’s Roaring Run Stream 

-- Delaware RiverKeeper: July 23 RiverWatch Video Report

-- MCall: Water Main Break Left Their Allentown Home Uninhabitable, Now Insurance Won’t Cover The Damage

-- Aqua Pennsylvania: Cuts Ribbon On State-Of-The-Art Environmental Laboratory

-- TribLive: GenOn Delays Closure Of Cheswick Power Plant, Allegheny County’s Only Coal-Fired Plant

-- FirstEnergy: Agrees To Pay $230 Million Penalty In Ohio Bribery Case

-- CincinnatiE: FirstEnergy To Pay $230 Million Penalty In Ohio Bribery Case

-- South Mountain Partnership: Solar Energy Development Survey In Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, York Counties  [PaEN]

-- ReImagine Appalachia Coalition: Applauds New Civilian Conservation Corps Proposal From Senator Bob Casey [PaEN]

-- Insurance Commissioner: Announces PA Joining National Survey On Climate Risk In The Insurance Industry

-- Pike County: Seeking Public Comments On Hazard Mitigation Plan [PaEN]

-- WHYY: Montgomery County Grapples With Road Closures, Power Outages After Being Walloped By Storms

--  WHYY: Bucks County Dries Off And Starts To Repair After 100-Year Flood

-- Inquirer: Wharton Professor Running For U.S. Senate In PA As Climate Change Candidate

-- WESA: Bicyclists To Visit Pittsburgh As Part Of Coast-To-Coast Climate Ride

-- TribLive Guest Essay: In PA, Scientific, Economic Realities Unsettle Climate Morality Plays - Commonwealth Foundation

-- ErieT: National Fuel Gas Will Has Fallen 49% Since 2008, Company Wants To Lower It Again

-- PUC: Damage Prevention Committee Imposes $53,750 In Penalties For PA One Call Violations

-- PA Resources Council: August Schedule Of Traveling Glass Recycling Bin Program Appearances In Allegheny County [PaEN]

-- Daily Times: Delaware County Council Looking Into Waste Disposal Options

-- WESA: Pennsylvania Mayors Call For Local Parks Investment As Park Traffic Stays High

-- Inquirer/Frank Kummer: Wissahickon Valley Park Designed A ‘Hot Spot’ Due To Overuse 

-- ErieT: The Myth Of The Short Trip To Presque Isle State Park, Regardless Of Weather

-- ReadingE: At 75, French Creek state Parks is Among The Oldest Parks In PA

-- TribLive: Unity Latest Community To Weigh Shared-Road Access For ATVs

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: Sorry Philly, It’s Time To Stop Fighting For Bike Lanes

-- WBTimes: Celebrating Art In Nature Starting July 24 - Lake Nuangola Artfest

-- WESA: Pittsburgh Plans To Rebuild Enright Park Next Summer

-- Capital Area Greenbelt: Summer Greenbelt Gazette Newsletter

-- Squad Of Chesapeake Bay Foundation Students Sets Out To Squish Spotted Lanternflies [PaEN]

-- Land Health Institute Blog: Native Plant Species & Ecosystem Health - Claire DeBois

-- Observer-Reporter: Chartiers Creek Fish Kill Remains Under Investigation

-- Marcus Schneck: Wildlife Disease In PA, From Anaplasmosis Thru Rabies To White-Nose Syndrome

-- CourierT Editorial: Help Fight Mystery Bird Illness, Take Down Your Feeders

-- PennLive: Watch Baby Corn Snakes Hatch At Lancaster County Sanctuary 


-- Utility Dive: U.S. House Passes Broad Bipartisan Measure To Help States Fund Energy Cybersecurity Efforts

-- Utility Dive: Report: Billions More Needed To Address Climate Infrastructure Needs Of U.S. Cities

-- CourierT Guest Essay: Empower Local Government To Develop Environmental Solutions

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[Posted: July 23, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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