As a green-focused company who’s products help our clients live in a healthier, more cost-effective environment, we’re thrilled to see our state is taking action.
The Pennsylvania Climate Action Plan 2018 was release with recommendations on how citizens, businesses, and government leaders can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate. Which method caught our eye?
Increasing renewable energy , incentivizing energy efficient building, and increasing the use of electric vehicles which would all lead to an estimated 21% reduction by 2025 are all legislative actions that support the mission of Envinity and the services we strive to make more accessible so every member of our community can make a difference. Whether it’s solar panels for your home or business, adding more insulation to your home, or tapping your facility manager on the shoulder at a larger commercial facility for an energy audit, we can help!
“We’ve seen lately even more evidence that there is a need for leadership on climate change. For that reason, Pennsylvania will join the U.S. Climate Alliance, a bipartisan coalition of 24 governors, representing over half of the U.S. population to work to implement policies that uphold the commitments our nation made in the Paris Agreement,” said Governor Wolf. “With the federal government turning its back on science and the environment, I am proud to join with states that are leading the way towards new climate solutions, and taking concrete actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. States like Pennsylvania must take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect our communities, economies, infrastructures, and environments from the risks of a warming climate.”
Read More on how Pennsylvania is taking steps on the state level to mitigate climate changeHERE