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Stop the Pipeline Meeting – March 30

March 30 – Community Action Meeting to Stop the PSU Pipeline

Many members of the State College and Penn State community regard the plan as a short-sighted and dangerous energy strategy for the PSU Board of Trustees to pursue, and we’re mobilizing to steer the administration into conservation and renewables instead, to position Penn State as a national leader in sustainable energy systems at large institutions.

How to Get Involved:

  • Email to let organizers know that you support the Stop the Pipeline campaign and join the mailing list.
  • Sign the Petition at
  • Attend the Community Action Meeting Saturday March 30 (tomorrow) at 2 p.m. at Webster’s Bookstore Cafe. “Hear about the state of the organizing now, details concerning our Environmental Bill of Rights, longer-term strategy and the range of options and tactics. We need to organize, and campaign roles need to be worked out. Your voice is needed.”
  • Attend the State College Borough Council Meeting Monday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Borough Building, 243 South Allen St. (3rd Floor).

Current information channels include:



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3 thoughts on “Stop the Pipeline Meeting – March 30

  1. Joe Cusumano on said:

    Thanks so much, Katherine, for this and the “Monday Morning Pipeline News”. It’s very valuable to have all of the pipeline activity collated in one easy-to-read location. I’m sending the links to people to help them get up to speed on the issue.

    A technical matter: the links in the pipeline section of the post are going to

  2. Thanks Joe – I just repaired the links…heads up much appreciated.

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