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Teleconference: March for a Clean Energy Revolution

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Western PA Information and Interest Call for the March for a Clean Energy Revolution
Join Food & Water Watch and local endorsing coalition members* for an informational conference call on details about the March for a Clean Energy Revolution and how you can get involved.
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Feb 26

Since 2012, Pittsburgh has been a "sister city" to Mont-Saint-Hilaire (Quebec), and in solidarity with French activists near Barjac. So we have sent a letter of support for their demonstration in Barjac on Sunday, February 28.

Feb 14

The PA DEP will hold a public hearing regarding the Windfall Oil & Gas Class II Disposal Injection well on Feb 16, 2016 at 6:00 PM at the Penn State Hiller Auditorium, College Place, DuBois PA. Please read the attachment for instructions on commenting. This is the last chance to stop this injection well. Please send in a written comment if you cannot attend.

Dec 8 2015

The Water Research Center has updated the online water quality index calculator to permit the evaluation of surface water quality data and compare to the index that was developed by the NSF.

Dec 8 2015

The Keystone Clean Water Team (KCWT) -Carbon County Groundwater Guardian Program (CCGG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer, environmental education organization which provides homeowners with information on private wells, water quality and quantity, and septic systems. We are dedicated to protecting private well owners from illnesses caused by our drinking water.

Sep 29

Impacted and concerned residents will hold a public town hall meeting at the Gunzburger Building in downtown Coudersport, Pennsylvania this Wednesday, September 30th at 7:PM to discuss the contamination of an aquifer used to supply private and public water supplies.

Sep 1 2015

A local water bank in Butler County serving 40 families who lost their water after REX Energy began drilling for natural gas had to close their doors last week because donations dropped off.

Below is a Letter to the Editor that a Butler resident wrote explaining the situation.

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