How is Pennsylvania about to slash the carbon pollution that's fueling climate change?
That’s the question Governor Wolf’s Administration is working on right now—and their answer will chart our energy future for the next fifteen years and beyond. The options are clear: move toward a clean future powered by the wind and the sun or increase support for natural gas, trading one dirty fossil fuel for another.
Join PennEnvironment for a local educational forum on the Clean Power Plan with
- Tom Schuster, Senior Campaign Representative for Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Sierra Club
- Professor Neil Donahue, Director of the Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research, and Thomas Lord Professor in Chemistry, Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
- Allison Steele, Manager of Community Programs and Advocacy, Conservation Consultants
The fossil fuel industry has its strongest roots here in Pennsylvania, and they’re pushing to delay, weaken and outright halt any effort to slash climate pollution.
Together we can overcome their lobbyists and campaign contributions. Join PennEnvironment for your area’s community forum on how we can shift Pennsylvania from a fossil fuel leader to a clean energy powerhouse. RSVP today.
7 p.m. at Community College of Allegheny County North Campus, 8701 Perry Highway, Pittsburgh, PA 15237. Please RSVP here.