Pollution from coal-fired power plants contributes to the premature deaths of 1,359 Pennsylvanians plus thousands of heart and asthma attacks, emergency room visits and hospital admissions every year.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from coal power plants is one of the main contributors to climate change. Pennsylvania produces more heat-trapping gases than 101 countries combined and more heat-trapping gases than 47 states.
Where do we stand?
This chart shows the breakdown of Pennsylvania's electricity generation by source.
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A Climate for Change
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A Bear in the Woods
PennFuture continues to fight irresponsible oil and gas development in Pennsylvania