Less than a third of the city’s roofs can even handle solar.
PennEnvironment events are usually about awareness, not money, but “Save the Bees” could use the cash.
Jim Kenney and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown wanted enough for 20K homes by 2025. That’ll be tough.
The work, which depicts scenes of a “dying planet,” sells for upwards of $7,000.
It’s already affecting the city, but experts say there are solutions worth pursuing.
The proposed “energy port” just means more toxicity and asthma-causing pollution, nearby residents and activists say.