Sunday, November 21, 2021

Sunday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 11.21.21

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.  Happy Thanksgiving!


--  41 New Stories - REAL Environmental & Conservation Leadership In PA  [PaEN]


-- PA Environment Digest Educational Opportunities For Students & Adults  [PaEN]


-- PA Capitol News: Top 10 Stories From Harrisburg Last Week [PaEN]

-- Guest Essay: Shifting Toward Clean Energy Can Lower Costs For Pennsylvanians; Unlike Natural Gas, Clean Energy Does Not Suffer From Wild Price Fluctuations -  By Mandy Warner, Environmental Defense Fund  [PaEN]

-- The Allegheny Front/Environmental Health News: Pollution’s Mental Toll: How Air, Water And Climate Pollution Shape Our Mental Health [PaEN]

-- Susquehanna River Basin Commission Reschedules Hearing To Dec. 2 On Proposed Fee Change To Encourage Use Of AMD Impacted Waters, SRBC/DEP Letter Of Understanding  [PaEN]

-- Penn State: Flooding Peaks Due To Climate Change Will Be Worse For Small Watersheds

-- ESRI: Annette Ginocchetti - A GIS Innovator Pursues Her 'Mappings' In NE PA 

-- TribLive - Joseph Sabino Mistick: The Men Who Cleared Pittsburgh’s Skies

-- PG - Salena Zito: Cambria County Fights Population Loss In Little, Big Ways [Fishing, Hiking, Outdoor Life]

-- Penn State Expands Breazeale Nuclear Research Reactor

-- ScrantonT: State DEP Suspends CARB Standards For Heavy Duty Trucks

-- DEP Posted 51 Pages Of Permit-Related Notices In Nov. 20 PA Bulletin  [PaEN]

-- WBTimes: Ellen Ferretti ‘Comes Home’ To Take The Helm At North Branch Land Trust

-- WBTimes: Utilizing The Outdoors For Veterans Therapy

-- Gibble Family Partners With Lebanon Valley Conservancy To Protect 53 Acres In Lebanon County [PaEN]

-- TribLive - Deb Erdley: Cyclists Brave Cold For Pantry Pedal On Greensburg Trail

-- ScrantonT: Anthracite Bicycle Coalition’s Cranksgiving Ride Gears Up With Donations To Food Bank

-- CitizensV: Safety, Maintenance At Kirby Park Natural Area In Dispute In Luzerne County

-- PG Editorial: A Soothing Spot In South Park Comes At The Perfect Moment

-- 4 PA Conservation Group Collaboration Receives NFWF Funding To Track Important Migratory Routes In The Northeast U.S.  [PaEN]


-- AP: U.S. Climate Pledge Faces Test In Senate With Global Impact

PA Politics

-- WHYY Guest Essay: How PA Can Lead The Fight Against Structural Racism In Our Elections [End Gerrymandering]

-- PA Cap-Star Guest Essay: Wins On Bills Are Good, But Fixing Gerrymandering And Campaign Finance Reform Is Even Better

-- ScrantonT Editorial: Automatic Pay Raises Deliver For Lawmakers, Judges, Executive Branch Employees

-- CourierT Editorial: Compromise A Lost Art In Harrisburg

-- PA Cap-Star: Republican Sen. Corman Says He’d Support Gift Ban As Governor; Advocates Ask Why Not Now?

-- TribLive Guest Essay: Republican Sen. Jake Corman Runs For Governor, Democratic AG Josh Shapiro Rejoices

-- PA Cap-Star Editorial Cartoon: A Dozen Republican Candidate For Governor And Counting

-- PA Cap-Star Guest Essay: PA Courts Need More Diversity, Not Dark Money

-- ScrantonT: The Story Of Luzerne County’s Frank Scavo And His Day Amid The Chaos Of The Assault On The U.S. Capitol

-- PG Editorial: ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Isn’t Clever, It’s Vulgar

-- ReadingE: 5 Takeaways From This Year’s Election In Berks County

-- MCall/AP: PA Among States ‘One Election Away’ From Shift In Abortion Laws, Whatever Happens With Roe v. Wade

-- PG: Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta Picks Up Important Endorsement For U.S. Senate Run

-- PennLive Guest Essay: PA’s Small Family Businesses Count On [Illegal] Skill Gambling Games To Keep Their Doors Open

-- NextPittsburgh: Chronic Post-Pandemic Absenteeism Continues To Plague Pittsburgh Schools

-- LancasterOnline Editorial: Republican Battle Over School Masks Is About Politics Not Public Health

-- WBTimes Editorial: Anti-Maskers, School Boards Should Take A Step Back

-- CitizensV Editorial: Want Your Say? Wear A Mask

-- TribLive Editorial: CDC And PA COVID Numbers Need To Agree

-- TribLive Editorial: Big Paychecks Can Be Bad Look Amid Health Care Struggles

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[Posted: November 21, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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