On Sunday June 16 several members and friends of the Green Party of Allegheny County took part in the annual Pittsburgh Pride Awareness March in downtown Pittsburgh.
In total seven people marched in the Green contingent and where enthusiastically cheered on by fellow parade goers and on lookers.
People yelled out, 'go Greens!' and 'Green Party!' as we walked by carrying our banner.
Photos from the event
Call PA Gov. Corbett June 25 – Protect water and people, not oil and gas!
Tuesday, June 25 between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm
You can also call his Regional Offices:
Philadelphia - 215-560-2640
Erie – 814-878-5719
Pittsburgh – 412-565-5700
Scranton – 570-614-2090
We’ll be calling Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Corbett all day Tuesday, June 25 to tell him that he, as the man behind the PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), is responsible for protecting the state’s communities and environment from pollution and harm. Revelations about DEP’s poor performance in solving pollution problems when people ask for DEP help to address well water contamination believed to be caused by oil and gas activities has led to a furor over DEP’s accountability, transparency, and commitment to protecting the public and the environment. A recent series in the Times Tribune exposed further problems:
For starters, the Governor must. The DEP also immediately needs to:
For more: http://www.delawareriverkeeper.org/about/event.aspx?Id=402
This is something that the GPoAC received in our mail. We have decided to re-post it here for others information.
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