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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Projected Future Marcellus Shale Development

January 18, 2017
Renee Santoro, Program Director, Energy Environment Program
New Marcellus development boom will triple greenhouse gas emissions from Pennsylvania’s natural gas sector.

Comparative Analysis of Environmental Impacts of Utility-Scale and Distributed Solar

December 13, 2016
Teresa Dayrit, PSE Healthy Energy Intern
Solar photovoltaic technology provides the opportunity to generate electricity with very low greenhouse gas emissions. However, it has hazardous material, water and land use impacts associated with mining, manufacturing, operational use, and end-of-life. We detail some of these environmental impacts, as well as approaches to minimizing these impacts.

Public health implications of environmental noise associated with unconventional oil and gas development

December 9, 2016
Jake Hays, Michael McCawley, Seth B.C. Shonkoff
Our peer-reviewed analysis indicates that unconventional oil and gas development (UOGD) produces noise at levels that could potentially increase the risk of adverse health outcomes.

Webinar: Improving Air Quality with Energy Storage

November 2, 2016
Improving Air Quality with Energy Storage: A New Deployment Strategy for Public Health and Environmental Equity

Hazard Assessment of Chemical Additives Used in Oil Fields that Reuse Produced Water for Agricultural Irrigation

October 4, 2016
Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH, William T. Stringfellow, PhD, Jeremy K. Domen, MS
Report on the preliminary analysis of chemicals used in oil fields that provide produced water for agricultural irrigation and other uses.

Statement on California Air Resources Board (CARB) Methane Regulations

PSE Healthy Energy's comments on California Air Resources Board's (CARB) proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Standards for Crude Oil and Natural Gas Facilities.

Our Air: Health And Equity Impacts Of Pennsylvania’s and Ohio's Power Plants

July 14, 2016 (07/14/2016)

PSE Healthy Energy, in partnership with NextGen Climate America, is proud to announce today's release of "Our Air: Health And Equity Impacts Of Ohio's Power Plants" and "Our Air: Health And Equity Impacts Of Pennsylvania's Power Plants". These reports examine the health and equity impacts of fossil fuel power plants in Pennsylvania and Ohio – two of the heaviest carbon pollution emitters in the United States.

A framework for siting and dispatch of emerging energy resources to realize environmental health benefits: Case study on peaker power plant displacement

July 7, 2016
Elena Krieger, PhD, Joan Casey, PhD, Seth Shonkoff, PhD

Case study on using local climate and air quality data in the siting and dispatch of energy resources for peak power generation, and emissions reduction scenarios using combinations of renewable energy, energy storage, efficiency, and natural gas.

An Assessment of the Health and Safety Implications of Coal Transport through Oakland

14 June 2016
Seth B. C. Shonkoff

Public Health Advisory Panel reviews health and safety implications of proposed coal transport terminal project in Oakland, CA.

The Climate Change Mitigation-Air Quality-Human Health Nexus: Opportunities and Considerations

07 June 2016
Seth B. C. Shonkoff
Presented to The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace panel on "Climate, Air Pollution, and Public Health-Revisiting the Energy Innovation Agenda". Washington, DC.
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