Why should you care about Pittsburgh District 2030? Because it's making a healthier environment for all of us.
"The Northeast Fountain will once again be not just an asset to this park," Parks Conservancy CEO Jayne Miller says, "but a destination spot."
Our frequency of high particle pollution "spikes" was above any county east of Utah, and we're among the regions seeing higher particle levels year-round.
“This is the ideal scenario for someone who enjoys just sitting outdoors."
“We're focused on trying to increase the production and consumption of true renewable energy in our region."
An overhaul of the 200+-page zoning code aims to recognize the cultural and ecological value of Pittsburgh's riverfronts, once used mainly for industry.
“For us, the idea of bringing thought leadership together and having important conversations can be catalytic for the region, and that is our hope."
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With a total of $100k, Landforce aims to train more than 150 Pittsburghers in environmental skills that can lead to steady and profitable careers.
“We came up with this as a way to quantify how toxic different facilities were and then communicate to people what that meant in terms of what they were breathing.”