The program works within western Pennsylvania to increase the amount of solar energy that is produced in our region to 15 megawatts (MW) by 2015. We believe working towards this goal will help bring jobs and investment to our region, have an impact on our regional air pollution, diversify our regional power grid and take steps towards energy independence.
Methane + carbon: A parallel strategy for clean power and climate action
Giving the public a say in public lands--show your support in Williamsport on July 28
MAREA report points to declining solar prices
A Climate for Change
We rocked it in Pittsburgh last week!
Guest post: Toxic algal bloom threatens wildlife and shuts down drinking water to toledo
A Bear in the Woods
PA's Environmental Rights Amendment: A Note of Thanks