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In a recent blog post on the national Foundation Center’s GrantCraft website, Heinz Endowments Environment & Health Program Director Philip Johnson describes how the foundation has responded to Pittsburgh’s environmental challenges by supporting the development of low-cost technologies that residents, educators, advocacy groups and policymakers can use to learn about surrounding conditions. Having environment data that is relevant, engaging and available to all helps Pittsburgh in becoming a more equitable, just and sustainable city.

 

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September 27, 2017
Petrochemical America: From Cancer Alley to Toxic Valley Will Pittsburgh forget the lessons learned from its toxic past in writing the next chapter for its future?   Several organizations concerned about the region’s air quality, environment and future have come together to present a multimedia exhibition that draws … Learn More
August 10, 2017
GASP Air Fair   “GASP for Clean Air! Sources, Symptoms, and Solutions” is an art exhibit put on by GASP and hosted at Assemble throughout August 2017. This family-friendly exhibit focuses on air quality issues impacting Southwestern PA and what they mean for … Learn More
October 17, 2017
Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leadership Training Comes to Pittsburgh Join Climate Reality for their Leadership Corps training and work with former US Vice President Al Gore and renowned climate scientists and communicators to learn about what’s happening to our planet and how you can use social media, powerful storytelling, … Learn More
May 22, 2017
Green City Remix Explores Social Change through Air Quality and Art   Celebrate the first youth designed exhibit at the Senator John Heinz History Center. The Opening Celebration will showcase an art installation crafted by cohorts of high school learners from seven area schools. The students spent several months exploring the … Learn More
May 3, 2017
Physical Activity, Air Pollution and Asthma in the Urban Environment   Making the Connection Series: Physical Activity, Air Pollution and Asthma in the Urban Environment.   Dr. Stephanie Lovinsky-Desir will discuss her research and afterwards there will be a panel of health and community experts to respond to her presentation. … Learn More
April 27, 2017
The People’s Climate March Pittsburgh   The People’s Climate March Pittsburgh will take place in tandem with the march on Washington D.C. from 10 a.m. to noon. Join fellow Pittsburghers in marching for our air, water and land along with clean energy jobs and climate … Learn More
April 25, 2017
Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report Reception   Learn about the Green Building Association’s progress in Downtown and Oakland toward achieving emission reduction goals.   April 25, 2017 4-7:00 pm Heinz History Center   Registration required. Learn More
April 25, 2017
Clearing the Air in Clairton   Join Clean Air Council and others for a strategy and goal-setting workshop to identify shared goals in protecting families and children against the risks of industrial pollution.   April 25, 2017 6:30 pm City of Clairton Municipal Building Learn More
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