A municipality's governing body may establish an environmental advisory council to advise the municipality's decision-makers and undertake projects regarding the protection and conservation of natural resources.
List of Environmental Advisory Councils along the Kittatinny Ridge by county.
The Lower Merion Township environmental advisory council created this plan; it contains a broad range of environmental policy recommendations for consideration by the board of commissioners, including both short- and long-term priorities.
Legislation authorizing municipalities to create environmental advisory councils.
The Radnor Township Environmental Advisory Council conducted research on the carbon emissions produced by the township's energy consumption (broken into categories of buildings, waste, public lights, and vehicles) and presented the report to the township's board of supervisors. The EAC was charged with conducting the energy audit by a resolution passed by the board of commissioners.
This handbook contains information on what environmental advisory councils (EACs) are, how they are formed and run, and how they interact with their governing boards and their communities. It is the latest edition of the guidance first published in 1996.
Contains environmental advisory council (EAC) news, articles, guidance, lists of EACs by municipality and county, and profiles of many of Pennsylvania’s EACs.
This series of fact sheets published by the Upper Moreland Township EAC that provide basic information about the EAC and its goals, recycling, invasive plants, and stormwater management.
Pamphlet that explains what the EAC's initiatives and contact information.