Monday, October 11, 2021

Monday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 10.11.21

returns to session October 18, 19, 25, 26, 27

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House returns to session October 25, 26, 27

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TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


-- October 11 - PA Environment Digest Now Available


-- First Street Foundation Resilience Report: 588,804 Properties In PA Have 26% Chance Of Being Severely Affected By Flooding Over Next 30 Years  [PaEN]


-- AltoonaM: PSU Altoona Alum Angie Spagnoli Makes Global Mark In Conservation

-- WilliamsportS Editorial: U.S. Must Confront Lead Pipe Problem

-- PG Editorial: The Nose Knows, But Is That Enough In The Case Of Shell Ethane Plant?

-- Energy Harbor: Beaver Valley Unit 2 Nuclear Power Plant Begins Refueling Outage

-- CitizensV: Luzerne Preservation Program Keeps Development Off Farmlands

-- LancasterOnline: Biking Through Lancaster County’s Farmland (Photos)

-- WESA: Stretch Of Riverfront Trail In Pittsburgh Has Reopened

-- WHYY: Wissahickon Valley Park is Getting More Bathrooms

-- ReadingE: Volunteers Plant Trees To Spruce Up Reading’s City Park

-- LancasterOnline - P.J. Reilly: Hunters Sought For Study To Identify Contaminants In Local Ducks And Geese

-- LancasterOnline - P.J. Reilly: Game Commission Deserves Praise For 12,000 Acres Of Unbroken Furnace Hills Hunting Ground

-- Help Wanted: Land Health Institute Philadelphia - Executive Director

Bipartisan U.S. Senate Infrastructure Bill

-- NYT: Major Climate Action At Stake In Fight Over Twin Bills Pending In Congress


-- NYT: The Massive And Costly Fight Against Nearly Million-Acre Dixie Wildfire In California

-- The Guardian: Why The American West’s ‘Wildfire Season’ Is A Thing Of The Past

-- WSJ: Natural Gas Futures Continue To Climb

-- WSJ: Oil Jumps Above $80, Turbocharged By Supply Shortages

PA Politics

-- Spotlight PA: Republicans Want To Use Personal Voter Data To Root Out Fraud, PA Already Uses A More Secure System

-- ScrantonT Editorial: No ‘Executive Privilege’ On Insurrection

-- PennLive Letter: Without A Ban On Gifts, Legislature Is Failing Us

-- Inquirer: How Josh Shapiro Locked Down Democratic Nomination For Governor Without Even Announcing He Would Run

-- PG: Down-Ballet Success Leads To Broader Success, Pittsburgh Officials Of Both Political Parties Say

-- CourierT: PA Health Dept. Pushes Back On Lawmaker’s Charge They’re Threatening Kids

-- TribLive: Western PA Hospitals: We Won’t Deny Organ Transplants To Patients Who Refuse COVID Vaccine

-- PennLive Guest Essay: The Emergency Declaration Has Ended, But The Opioid Addiction Crisis Continues

-- TribLive Editorial: Responsible Gun Ownership Means Following Rules

-- CourierT: Inside Look At Work Of Bucks County Probation And Parole Officers

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: PA Is The Only State That Doesn’t Fund Public Defenders, That Needs To Change

-- CitizensV Editorial: Prepare Now To Fully Legalize Pot

-- PG: Turnpike Ready To Profit From Excess Broadband Space In Eastern PA

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[Posted: October 11, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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