East End – Squirrel Hill – Pittsburgh

Residents living in the East End of Pittsburgh, including Squirrel Hill, are advocating for cleaner air to breathe.The community includes but is not limited to neighborhoods east of Downtown: Oakland, Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, Greenfield, Bloomfield, Lawrenceville, Polish Hill, Morningside, Garfield, Stanton Heights, East Liberty, Lincoln-Larimer, Highland Park, Point Breeze, Bakery Square and Regent Square.

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Taking On Industrial Pollution and Greenhouse Gases

Title V of the Clean Air Act requires “major sources” of air pollution to obtain operating permits from the EPA or a state or local agency authorized to issue these permits. In Allegheny County, the Allegheny County Health Department decides these permits. Join GASP, PennEnvironment, Clean Air Council, Clean Water Action, Environmental Integrity Project, SWPA Grassroots Air Quality Town Hall activists and the Breathe Project in the effort to reduce pollution greenhouse gases.

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EPA National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference

The 2022 National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference, sponsored by EPA in conjunction with the Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies (AAPCA) and the National Association of Clean Air Agencies (NACAA) […]

IEEFA – Energy Finance Conference 2022

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Join the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis and energy and financial experts, community leaders, environmental advocates and attorneys, investors, philanthropists, and journalists to explore the latest developments in the […]

East End - Pittsburgh In The News

Can Pittsburgh Save the Planet? The Global Clean Energy Ministerial Comes Here in September

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Allegheny County Council overrides Rich Fitzgerald’s veto, bans fracking in parks