Flora Cardoni

Field Director, PennEnvironment

Started on staff: 2016
B.A., summa cum laude, Tufts University
Flora leads PennEnvironment’s grassroots and field operations, working to mobilize activists and volunteers across the state to take action on all of our priority campaigns. Flora lives in Philadelphia, where she enjoys long walks around the city and taking in all of the art, culture and food it has to offer.

Posts by Flora Cardoni
Hundreds of Pennsylvanians join State Sens Amanda Cappelletti and Katie Muth, State Rep. Chris Rabb, and PennEnvironment for Conversation about 100% Renewable Energy

Hundreds of Pennsylvanians join State Sens Amanda Cappelletti and Katie Muth, State Rep. Chris Rabb, and PennEnvironment for Conversation about 100% Renewable Energy

PHILADELPHIA -- Nearly 200 Pennsylvanians joined PennEnvironment, State Senators Amanda Cappelletti and Katie Muth, and State Representative Chris Rabb for a webinar to discuss the need to tackle climate change by transitioning the Commonwealth to 100% renewable energy.

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PennEnvironment Statement: U.S. House passes historic climate investments

PennEnvironment Statement: U.S. House passes historic climate investments

Philadelphia -- Following a summer of extreme heat, drought and political gridlock, the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday passed the Build Back Better Act (H.R. 5376), which includes groundbreaking levels of investment to tackle climate change, clear the air we breathe, clean up toxic sites and protect our lands, waters and wildlife.  The bill was supported by all nine Democratic members of the Pennsylvania Congressional delegation.

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Statement: Infrastructure bill will mean cleaner air, water and energy for U.S.

Statement: Infrastructure bill will mean cleaner air, water and energy for U.S.

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. House of Representatives voted to build a bridge to a brighter future by passing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act on November 5th. This major bipartisan package will improve transportation, clean water, power infrastructure and broadband access across the United States over the coming decades. The bill was supported by 10 members of the Pennsylvania Congressional delegation, including Republican Brian Fitzpatrick and all nine Democratic members. Up next: a budget reconciliation bill that would help the U.S. stall climate change and clean up our environment. The Build Back Better Act includes clean energy tax incentives and other investments to tackle pollution. 

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#GO100PA: A RENEWABLE FUTURE FOR PENNSYLVANIA

#GO100PA: A RENEWABLE FUTURE FOR PENNSYLVANIA

(Harrisburg, PA)--- Senator Amanda M. Cappelletti (D- Montgomery, Delaware), Senator Katie Muth (D- Berks, Chester, Montgomery),  Representative Christopher Rabb (D-Philadelphia), and Representative Danielle Friel Otten (D-Chester) joined Flora Cardoni, Field Director for PennEnvironment and a dozen other state legislators in advocating for bold climate action now. The legislators and advocates were calling for “Go 100 PA,” legislation that would put Pennsylvania on track to reach 100 percent renewable energy by 2050. As illustrated by Hurricane Ida, which displaced hundreds of Pennsylvanians and caused over $100 million in damage, it is clear that the Commonwealth is feeling the effects of climate change here and now. These legislators put the responsibility on the legislature to act now.

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Sen. Bob Casey, Pennsylvanians, and Enviro Groups Advocate for 100% Clean Electricity

Sen. Bob Casey, Pennsylvanians, and Enviro Groups Advocate for 100% Clean Electricity

PHILADELPHIA -- Almost 200 Pennsylvanians joined U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, PennEnvironment, Vote Solar, NRDC, and the Philadelphia Solar Energy Association for a virtual conversation to discuss the necessity of tackling the climate crisis and moving to a clean energy future. The discussion focused on how a federal 100% Clean Electricity Standard and other bold climate policy could help accelerate that transition and benefit the Commonwealth and country.

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