“We actually see strong evidence that people are buying more solar. We believe that people in Pittsburgh want it.”
Environmentalist Patricia DeMarco’s new book puts Pittsburgh at the center of creating a sustainable future
"One of the things we have to understand is that even in your neighborhoods, whether it's something growing out of the cracks in the sidewalks or along the edges of a fence, we are part of the living world, not the built world."
The Highland Park bioswale along Negley Run Boulevard is expected to manage around 500,000 gallons of rainwater a year.
CREATE Lab released a new version of the Smell PGH app to further empower average citizens impacted by the stink of pollution.
Pittsburgh artist Alisha Wormsley plans to depict Larimer's water troubles with a community art project.
Three local experts outline Pittsburgh's path to hitting its 100 percent renewable goal.
"The truth being under attack is the first sign of authoritarian regimes who want to attack liberal democracy."
Can urban farming strengthen Pittsburgh’s underserved communities? Find out at the Inspire Speaker Series
Long-time urban farming advocates will speak about food and sustainability for the Inspire Speaker Series.
FracTracker Alliance released an enhanced version of an app designed to keep tabs on the oil and natural gas industry.
Clean Energy Pittsburgh will help five communities create plans to become cleaner, greener and more efficient.