Monday, October 31, 2022

Monday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 10.31.22

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Senate returns to session November 15 [Adjourn for year]

     -- Committee Schedule

House returns to session November 14, 15, 16 [Adjourn for year]

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events 


-- October 31 PA Environment Digest Now Available [PaEN]

-- DEP: PA General Energy Cited For More Water Pollution Violations, Blocking The Whole Width Of Loyalsock Creek At Gas Pipeline/Water Withdrawal Construction Site In Lycoming County [PaEN]


-- WESA/The Allegheny Front - Reid Frazier: In PA U.S. Senate Race, Fetterman, Dr. Oz Change Views On Fracking, Trying To Match Voters


-- A Study Finding Microplastics In 100% Of Exceptional Value, High Quality, Class A Trout Streams Sampled In PA Is Disturbing To Wildlife Advocates  [PaEN]


-- Scranton Times/Republican Herald Editorial: Legislators Like Plastics, Expect More  [PaEN]

-- TribLive: Homeowners Brace For Winter As Prices To Heat Homes Skyrocket, Biggest Spike Is For Natural Gas - More Than 34% Increase

-- DHS To Announce PA Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Will Accept Applications Starting Nov. 1

-- Wilkes-Barre Times: Deadline To Apply For Property Tax/Rent Rebate Dec. 31 

-- Guest Essay: Summer Of 2022 Gave Us A Glimpse Into Our Climate Future - PA Should Heed The Warning, Flooding Biggest Threat - By Laura Fowler, Director, Penn State's Sustainability Institute  [PaEN]

-- WESA: Concerned About Daily Air Pollution? Experts Advise Against Looking At Only One Reading

-- TribLive Editorial: The Curious Case Of The Missing Sewer Manhole In Allegheny County

-- WHYY: Philly Sanitation Crews Prep For Mountains Of Trash From Celebrating Phillies Fans

-- Westminster College Student Symposium On The Environment Dec. 1; Student Entries Invited  [PaEN]

-- Reminder! PA Assn. Of Environmental Educators Annual Conference Proposals Due Nov. 11 

-- Nominate Someone Now!  PA Environmental Educators Annual Education Award Nominations Due Dec. 2 

-- Sign Up Now! PA Assn. Environmental Educators Schedule Of Professional Development Workshops

-- York Daily Record: Plant Converting Difficult-To-Recycle Plastic Waste Into New Concrete Additive Opens In York

-- TribLive: Youghiogheny River Cleanup Snags Nearly 700 Tires 

-- Chesapeake Bay Journal - Ad Crable: Pennsylvania, MD Add Tracts To Old-Growth Forest Network

-- WHYY: Limerick Twp., Montgomery County Proposes Tax Increase To Preserve Land Amid Rise In Development

-- TribLive: Hempfield, Westmoreland County Residents Could Have New Park On Land Bought From Excela Health

-- PennLive: Children’s Lake Drained As $4.3 Million Rebuilding Project Gets Underway In Boiling Springs

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: DCNR Set To Flood Tohickon Creek In Bucks County For Whitewater Boaters

-- Warren Times: Meet Audubon Nature Center’s New Birds Of Prey Nov. 5


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

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


-- Bloomberg: Update On Europe’s Energy Crunch; LNG Supplier Opposes Limits On Natural Gas Prices


-- The Economist: Europe’s Energy Crisis Is Very Far From Over, We War Game What Will Happen Next; Will Russia Decide To Wreck Europe’s Natural Gas-Import Infrastructure?


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

-- Inquirer: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Mastriano’s Ally Toni Shuppe Has A Plan To ‘Stop The Steal Of 2022,’ It’s Full Of Misinformation

-- LancasterOnline: Election Deniers Have Been Hard At Work, Here’s What They Have Previewed For The Midterm Elections 

-- TribLive/PennLive: ‘We Love Israel More Than Most Jews’: Mrs. Mastriano’s Response Draws Scrutiny

-- TribLive: ‘I’ll Be Much Better, But He Will Still Be A Fraud’: Fetterman Flips Own Health Struggles Against Dr. Oz

-- Spotlight PA: Why Undated Mail-In Ballots Are Such A Big Deal In PA?

-- PA Capital-Star Guest Essay: What’s The Real Cost Of Private Charter School Tuition For Taxpayers In PA?  It’s More Than You Think

-- TribLive: Pittsburgh Mayor Asks For Public’s Help To Get Guns Off Streets After Brighton Heights Shooting

-- Post-Gazette Editorial: Pittsburgh Mayor Must Regain Momentum On Violence Prevention

-- Inquirer: 6 People Shot And Wounded Outside Philly Nightclub

-- Inquirer: They Accused Staff At Norristown State Hospital Of Abuse, But Who Would Believe Them?

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[Posted: October 31, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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