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Steve Bacher shared a link to the group: BUCKS ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION.

Join us for a meet and greet in Doylestown with Senator Chuck McIlhinney on March 31st to talk with him about how we can continue fighting for our environment. ...
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What: Happy Hour with Senator McIlhinney
When: Friday March 31st at 5:30PM
Where: Hops Bar and Grill (the top floor), 52 E State St, Doylestown, PA 18901.
Complimentary appetizers will be provided.
At this meet and greet, you’ll have a chance to learn more about what’s happening in Harrisburg from the Senator and our staff and share your opinion on how we can protect Pennsylvania’s natural heritage.
RSVP to join us and Senator McIlhinney on March 31st
David Masur
Executive Director, PennEnvironment

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Please join the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, New Jersey Sierra Club and Concerned Citizens Against the Pipelines for an informational forum on Monday, February... 6th, 2017 at Palisades High School.

Speakers Maya van Rossum and Jeff Tittel will be addressing the latest updates regarding the proposed PennEast Pipeline project and the possible re-routes through Bucks County.

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David Meiser shared Scott Seraydarian's post to the group: BUCKS ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION.

Rally in Doylestown to protect our environment! 1/24/2017

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Scott Seraydarian to Doylestown Rally to Protect the Environment

Happening right now! If you're free come and meet us at Starbucks until 1pm

Tue 12:00 PM ESTIntersection of State and Main, Doylestown, PA
201 people interested

Please pledge and share to protect the Delaware River

Delaware River Watershed Pledge of Resistance and Protection
Mon 6:00 PM ESTNewtown Friends Meeting 219 Court Street Newtown, PA 18940
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The movement to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline is growing stronger by the day, and it’s time for all of us to rise up and play a role in this fight. Join us on Tuesday, November 15 for a solidarity action and rally in Doylestown, as we call on the Army Corps of Engineers to revoke the permits for t...

Please help get the league to ask a question about the candidates position on climate change. post this in the comments section of this invitation

Fri 8:00 AM EDTDelaware Valley UniversityDoylestown, PA
5 people interested

2015/2016 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard

Click here to view the scorecard. Our organizations believe that democracy works best when the electorate is informed about crucial votes that affect them and our environment—and can use the inform

“The more private nature of this meeting is not exactly what we had in mind; we feel the public has a right to hear each other’s testimony."

Opponents of a plan to build a natural gas pipeline from northeastern Pennsylvania to central New Jersey registered their objections with federal regulators on Monday, and accused officials of trying to control public discussion on the controversial project. Participants were not allowed to hear eac...
Demand FERC issue a complete environmental impact statement for the PennEast pipeline!

ACT NOW to stop this attempt to hand over our state parks to developers. Send your legislators a letter OPPOSING HB 2013 and let them know that PARKS ARE FOR THE PEOPLE -- not for private profit.

Ask your legislator to oppose legislation to turn over our state parks to developers!

"More than anything, we think it's bad for the public. It's bad for state parkland and it only serves to benefit private companies that would be subsidized by the taxpayer at a time our state is in dire financial straits," said Joanne Kilgour, Sierra Club PA Chapter Director.

The legislation would establish a public-private state park partnership board that would solicit and vet proposals from private developers interested in landing up to a 25-year contract to operate such facilities as a hotel, an inn, water park, amusement park, golf course, office building, restauran...|By
DEP will be sampling private wells in Doylestown Township, Plumstead, and Buckingham to check for unregulated chemicals PFOA.