Sunday, February 13, 2022

Sunday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 2.13.22

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House returns to session [Budget Hearings]  March 21, 22, 23

     -- Committee Schedule

Senate returns to session [Budget Hearings] March 28, 29, 30

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


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

-- BREAKING: Scott Perry No Longer DEP Deputy For Oil & Gas Management [PaEN]


-- Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students And Adults  [PaEN]


-- Top 10 Stories: Harrisburg/PA Politics Reported By Local News Media Last Week  [PaEN]


-- DCNR Blog: Gov. Wolf’s Proposed Budget Supports Conservation And Recreation [PaEN]


-- Republican Herald: Ralph Brock, State’s First African American Forester, To Be Honored In Pottsville Hometown 


-- CBF Blog: Mira Lloyd Dock Award Winner Kiasha Huling Plants Trees To Cool The 'Heat Island' Effect In Philadelphia  [PaEN]


-- CBF Blog: Mira Lloyd Dock Award Winner Shauna Yorty Is Growing Community Connections In A Lancaster Neighborhood  [PaEN]


-- DEP Invites Comments On A Proposed Denial Of NPDES Permit For 20MW Solar Energy Project In Erie County [PaEN]


-- The Allegheny Front: How Extreme Winter Storms Are Connected To Climate Change And Hurting Business


-- WESA: As PA Invests In Electric Vehicles, PennDOT Vows To Make Driving Them More Accessible 


-- Climate Watch: Electrifying Facts About Climate Change - Citizens Climate Watch


-- DEP Posts 58 Pages Of Permit-Related Notices In Feb. 12 PA Bulletin  [PaEN]


-- TribLive: Sewickley Selects Glass Recycling Site


-- Republican Herald: Schuylkill River Sojourn To Launch From Schuylkill County Again


-- KDKA: Environmentalists Worry About Impact Of Bridge Collapse On Frick Park


-- ScrantonT: Lackawanna State Park Winterfest Draws Crowds


-- ErieT: In Midst Of Winter, Thinking Back And Ahead To A Presque Isle State Park Summer


-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: State Parks Top 150,000 Nestbox Fledglings In 2021, Including Bluebirds, Swallows And Kestrels 


-- Inquirer: Longwood Gardens’ $250 Million Renovation Taps Increasingly Popular Green Bonds


-- Republican Herald - Craig Morgan: Discarded Wildlife Trophies Can Be Turned Into Attractive Decorations For The Home 


-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: New Game Wardens Assigned Across The State


American Rescue Plan Funding


-- $11 Billion In Federal American Rescue Plan Funding To PA State Government, Local Governments Has Yet To Be Invested.  What’s Your Community Doing?

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- PG: Nordenberg Discusses Effort To Ensure Fairness In PA’s New House, Senate Voting District Maps

-- TribLive Editorial: Delayed Candidate Petitions Latest Sign Of Redistricting Drama

-- LancasterOnline Guest Essay: The ‘Hijacking’ Of Mail-In Voting By Democrats - Republican House Speaker Cutler [Strained Interpretation Of History]

-- The Guardian: Far-Right Podcaster Charged After Machine Guns Found In Bethlehem, PA Home

-- LancasterOnline Editorial: White Supremacists Are Recruiting In Lancaster County, their Fascist Beliefs Are Not Welcome

-- WITF: How Much Of Gov. Wolf’s Budget Proposal Will Remain Intact?  Depends On Who You Ask

-- WilliamsportS Editorial: A Little Good, A Lot Bad In Wolf’s Budget Pitch

-- PA Cap-Star Editorial Cartoon: Just In Time For Valentine’s Day - PA Budget Sweet And Sour Hearts

-- TribLive: Lamb Touts Experience In Crowded Democratic Field For U.S. Senate

-- PG: While Millions Poured Into State’s Coffers, Pittsburgh’s Bridges Languished

-- PG Editorial: Pittsburgh Must Release Bridge Inspection Reports Now

-- TribLive Editorial: Bridge Failures Have Courtroom Costs

-- MCall: Is COVID Pandemic Over Or Is This The ‘Calm Before The Next Storm,’ What Lehigh Valley Health Experts Think

-- TribLive: 4 Pittsburgh City Employees Fired For Not Meeting COVID Vaccine Mandate

-- Inquirer: Philly’s Vaccine Mandate For City Workers Takes Effect Despite Union Opposition

-- MCall/TNS: Students Sick From COVID Are Also Missing Out On School Lunches In PA, Elsewhere

-- ScrantonT Editorial: Enforce Hospital Price Transparency

-- Inquirer: Low-Income Philadelphians To Receive No-Strings-Attached Cash In Antipoverty Experiments

-- CourierT: Southampton Quakers’ Weekly Vigil For Peace Met With Hate, Vandalism And Anger In Bucks County  

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: Time For PA Lawmakers To Ban LGBTQ Conversion ‘Therapy’

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: Slavery Is Part Of The History Of Philadelphia’s Suburbs

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[Posted: February 13, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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