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Pittsburgh, PA 15222
1315 Walnut Street
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Philadelphia, PA 19107
PO Box 61346
Harrisburg, PA 17106

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Hold Politicians Accountable for Giving in to Oil & Gas

Legislation was recently passed (SB 279) that would derail sensible updated regulations for conventional oil and gas operations and enact an advisory council made up primarily of industry representatives.

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No Polluter Giveaways in 2016

Throughout all of 2015, Clean Water members joined together to defend programs that protect clean water, reduce air pollution, and safeguard land and wildlife.

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Thank Governor Wolf for Taking Action on Methane

Big news! Governor Tom Wolf fulfilled a promise he made in 2014 to protect Pennsylvania's air quality from gas drilling.


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Tell EPA: Reduce Methane Pollution

Let EPA Administrator McCarthy know you want strong standards for ALL sources of methane pollution before President Obama leaves office.

From We All Live Downstream

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What Philadelphia Can do to Reduce Our Risk from Oil Trains

July 5, 2016

Every year during the first weeks of July, thousands of people across North America participate in the Stop Oil Trains week of action to commemorate the 47 people who tragically lost their lives in Lac Megantic, Quebec when a runaway oil train derailed and exploded.

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Pennsylvania Legislature Derails Sensible Oil and Gas Regulations

June 22, 2016

It only took a moment for a couple hundred politicians to undo years of work and discard the will of nearly 30,000 Pennsylvanians who called for stronger oil and gas regulations.

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Allegheny County Controller Audits the Health Department

May 20, 2016

The Allegheny County Controller, Chelsa Wagner, recently completed an audit of the Allegheny County Health Department’s (ACHD) Air Quality Program. What she found is not shocking to those of us who have had to live in polluted communities or those of us who have been working across the region to improve air quality.