Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Tuesday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 5.17.22

>>> PA Environment Digest Will Be CLOSED Election Day, May 17

House returns to session May 23, 24, 25

     -- Committee Schedule

Senate returns to session May 23, 24, 25

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


-- Gov. Wolf Announces Aggressive Push To Secure Clean Hydrogen Hub In PA  [PaEN]


-- Post-Gazette - Anya Litvak: Gov. Wolf Vows Aggressive Push To Establish A Hydrogen, Carbon Storage Hub In Western PA


-- WESA: PA Vying For A Clean Hydrogen Hub, Some Worry It Still Relies On Fossil Fuels


-- Pittsburgh Business Times: Wolf Announces Public-Private Partnership On Hydrogen Hub


-- Gov. Wolf: PA Well-Positioned To Be Leader In National Clean Energy Transition


-- Guest Essay: When People Have To Choose Health Or Jobs, Everyone Loses - The View From Rachel Carson’s Homestead In Allegheny County - By Kiley Bense  [PaEN]


-- Pittsburgh Business Times: Why Diversified Energy Is Beefing Up Its ConventionalWell Plugging Capacity, Expertise [Diversified owns lots of abandoned conventional wells it must plug]


-- DEP To Hold May 25 Hearing On LCT Energy Underground Coal Mining Permit In Westmoreland County 


-- PA-Based Evangelical Environmental Network: 67,755 Christians Call On EPA For Cleaner Trucks 


-- Centre Daily Times: State College Project Finalist For $1 Million Grant To Fight Climate Change, Inequality


-- Delaware Currents: Model Of Delaware Estuary Processes A Big Step In Getting The Delaware River Cleaner 


-- WHYY Guest Essay: Philly Should Prioritize Green Infrastructure With Its Federal Dollars - By Katherine Gilmore Richardson, Philadelphia City Council & Alex Cupo, Sustainable Business Network Of Greater Philadelphia


-- Keep PA Beautiful/PennDOT: Opening Young Ambassadors Program For High School Students In August  [PaEN]


-- Learn About Environmental Education Opportunities In DCNR’s State Parks During May  [PaEN]


-- WeConservePA Accepting Nominations For Local Government Conservation, Lifetime Conservation Leadership Awards  [PaEN]


6th Oil/Natural Gas Spike: True Energy Independence Means Renewables

[There Is No Limit On What Oil/Natural Gas Industry Can Make You Pay]

-- TribLive: Respite From Gasoline Price Increases Will Be Brief As Summer Driving Season Nears, Analyst Says

-- Bloomberg: Oil Rose To Highest Since March As Fuel Markets Heat Up

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

-- PA Election Results Webpage - Dept. Of State

-- Erie Times: Photos Of Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette Marching Near Proud Boys During Assault On U.S. Capitol Surface Online, Will It Matter? 

-- AP: U.S. Senate Candidate In Hospital, Others Scrambling Before PA Primary

-- Spotlight PA: PA’s Richest Person Spent At Least $18 Million On Primary To Support Private Alternatives To Public Schools

-- Scranton Times: Hot Races Could Produce Large Turnout In Primary Election Statewide

-- TribLive: Primary Voter Turnout Expectations Low Across Pittsburgh Region

-- PA Capital-Star: PA Republicans Further Narrow Democrat’s Registration Edge

-- TribLive: Gov. Wolf Calls Recent Mass Shootings 'Appalling,’ Reiterates Call For Gun Reforms

-- KYW: Philadelphia’s Gun Violence Epidemic Continues To Have Devastating Impact On City’s Youth

-- Post-Gazette Editorial: What’s The Vaccine For Hate?

-- TribLive: Pittsburgh Whittier K-5 Closed Until Thursday Because Of COVID Cases

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[Posted: May 17, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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