Monday, November 22, 2021

Monday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 11.22.21

returns to session Dec. 13, 14, 15

     -- Committee Schedule

Senate returns to session Dec. 13, 14, 15

     -- Committee Schedule

-- Updated 2022 Voting Session Day Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: PA Environment Digest will be closed from November 23 to 27 to give the entire staff off work to celebrate Thanksgiving.  The next weekly Digest will be December 6.    Happy Thanksgiving!


-- November 22 PA Environment Digest Now Available [PaEN]

-- Penn State: Increased Flooding Due To Climate Change Will Be Worse In Small Watersheds; Underestimating Flood Risks Due To Climate Change Can Lead To Poor Infrastructure Design  [PaEN]


-- ReadingE: Operation Holiday: Family Devastated By Hurricane Ida Standing Strong Against Flood Of Devastation

-- Guest Essay: Watershed Districts - The Case For Environmental Gerrymandering - By Captain David Bell, Merchant Marine Officer and Master Watershed Steward and Tookany/ Tacony -Frankford StreamKeeper

-- ReadingE: Many To See Increase In Heating Costs. Why, How Much And What To Do

-- DailyLocal Guest Essay: The Case For Cap And Invest In PA To Reduce Power Plant Greenhouse Gas Emissions - By Sen. Carolyn Comitta, Minority Chair of the Senate Environmental Committee

-- Exelon: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Approves Plan To Move Nuclear Power Plants, Retail Energy, Power Generation Business To Separate Company

-- ReadingE: Exelon Moving Nuclear Power Plants, Including Limerick, To Spin-Off Company

-- CentreDT: Recycling Changes To Know About This Fall

-- WESA: Want To Start A Farm?  Good Luck Finding Land

-- WHYY: Why Do We Love The Way Autumn Smells?  It’s Not About Pumpkin Spice

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Repairs Delayed At World’s Longest Inflatable Dam On Susquehanna At Sunbury

-- TribLive - Mary Ann Thomas: Live Webcam Installed At Eagle Nest On U.S. Steel Irvin Plant In West Mifflin

-- WESA/NPR: Winners Of Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards Will Brighten Your Day


-- NPR: U.S. Emergency Oil Stash Is In The Spotlight As Gasoline Prices Surge, What To Know

PA Politics

-- Williamsport Sun Editorial Recap State Still Lacks Transparent, Nonpartisan Redistricting

-- ErieT: PA Lawmakers On Break: Here’s What The Legislature Didn’t Do Before Thanksgiving

-- WilliamsportS: Stage Set For Lawmaker-Wolf Election Law Parley

-- PG: Republican Sen. Corman Says He Can Work With Both Parties If He’s Elected Governor

-- TribLive: Excela Chief Doctor: Westmoreland Could Be On Edge Of Another COVID Surge

-- TribLive: Norwin Schools In Westmoreland Go Back To Mandatory Masking Policy

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: Less Than 5% Of Kids Aged 5-11 In Philly Have Their First COVID Shot

-- Inquirer: Flu Is Spreading Around The Philly Region, The Holidays Could Help It Take Offr

-- WHYY: New Coalition Rises To Broker A Ceasefire In Philly

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: A Retreat For Philadelphia Children Impacted By Gun Violence Laid Bare A City In Crisis

-- Inquirer: Amish Ironworks In Chester County Promotes Bullet Barrier As A Hedge Against Civil Disorder

-- PG Editorial: With Guns, Safety Always Must Come First

-- ErieT: Senators Laughlin, Street Propose Bipartisan Home-Grown For Medical Marijuana Patients Legislation

-- Inquirer: Philly Hotel Workers Begin Strike For Better Wages, Working Conditions

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[Posted: November 22, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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