PSE Energy Quarterly is the newsletter of Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers (PSE) for Healthy Energy, a nonprofit research institute that studies the way energy production and use impact public health and the environment.
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- TechXPlore: Microgrids and solar reduce risk of power outages
- NM Political Report: Climate Summit discussions include equitable transition away from fossil fuels
- Grist: Study: Toxic fracking waste is leaking into California groundwater
- Inside Climate News: Unchecked Oil and Gas Wastewater Threatens California Groundwater
- Digital Journal: Unlined waste disposal pits endanger groundwater in San Joaquin Valley
- Santa Barbara News-Press: Proposed rule would prohibit new oil wells near homes
- Natural Gas Insight: California Moves to Enact Broad Setbacks to Prevent New Oil, Gas Drilling Near Communities
- Courthouse News Service: Newsom backs tougher rules, buffer zone for oil wells
- Office of Governor Gavin Newsom: California Moves to Prevent New Oil Drilling Near Communities, Expand Health Protections
- Capital & Main: California Proposes 3,200-Foot Buffer Zone Between Oil Wells and Homes, Schools
- The Hill: Newsom ‘takes the bull by the horns’
- NM Political Report: Environmental advocates say draft ozone precursor rule should be strengthened
- RTO Insider: Climate Activists Condemn $170M in Public Bonds for Gas Plant
- KTNV Las Vegas. Fighting climate change for low-income communities in Southern Nevada
- AP News: Nevada groups focus on climate impact on diverse communities