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The Urgency of Climate Change + Opportunities to Take Action

by Jacquelyn Bonomo, PennFuture President and CEO
September is Climate Month at PennFuture, as we provide you with content on all aspects of this important issue. Read more

Monroe County College Campus Journeys to Clean Energy and Efficiency

by Susanne Whitehead, Director of Donor Relations
A look at one college campus and the way it became more energy efficient. Read more

Trump's Proposed Car Emissions Rollback Would Prevent States from Protecting Citizens

by Rob Altenburg, Director, PennFuture Energy Center
Director of PennFuture's Energy Center Rob Altenburg explains the implications of recent rollbacks. Read more

Exceptional Waters Define the Poconos & Deserve Protection

by Jacquelyn Bonomo, PennFuture President and CEO
Learn more about Our Pocono Waters Campaign and how you can get involved. Read more

PennFuture’s Leadership Tour Explores the Poconos

A look at a recent trip taken by PennFuture's Leadership Council. Read more

Saving Energy on a Budget

Here are a few easy steps you can take to save energy in your home. Read more

Engaging on Environmental Concerns and Listening across the State: Meet the CEO Happy Hours

by Jacquelyn Bonomo, PennFuture President and CEO
PennFuture President and CEO Jacquelyn Bonomo reflects on recent events held across the state. Read more

PennFuture Joins Forces with Franklin County Coalition for Progress for Presentation

by Taylor Nezat, Campaign Manager for Watershed Advocacy, PennFuture
The community gathered to learn more about Climate, Stewardship and Environmental Justice. Read more

Cloudy with a 100% Chance of Solar Power Generation

by Stephanie Rex, Director of Communications
How one family went solar after PennFuture's Annual Pittsburgh Solar Tour. Read more

RESPECTAgZone Aims to Protect Community from Intrusive Proposed Power Lines Route

For the past year, residents of Indiana Township, adjacent to Hartwood Acres County Park, have been under a threat that would change their way of life, the appearance of their community, the value of their homes, and the safety of their land. The threat has been unnecessary on many levels, and yet i Read more

State Budget Headed in the Right Direction for Environment

by Ezra P. Thrush, Director of Government Affairs
For the first time in years, environmental agencies will not see budget cuts. Read more

Opinion: Wolf and Wagner need to be specific in plans to help the environment

Jan Jarrett recently wrote this op-ed for PennLive. Read more

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