Pennsylvania Students Arrive at Governor s Doorstep to Demand No New Pipelines
“It’s time for Pennsylvania to make the transition to clean energy and develop a resilient rural economy that doesn’t rely on dirty energy." Students on the steps of the PA State Capitol after delivering their letter to Governor Tom WolfOn Monday, students from 19 Pennsylvania colleges and universities delivered a statement to Governor Tom Wolf's Capitol office demanding no new natural gas READ MORE

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Fred Ohr So, these students favor $900/month electric bills to enhance the rural living experience. How about paving over about 30% of rural farmland to build solar farms? Oh boy, more enhancement! No critical thinking skills in this bunch despite studying engineering.


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