“Unsettling Matter, Gaining Ground: We Refuse to Die”

Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh

Unsettling Matter, Gaining Ground brings together historical artworks from the museum’s collection alongside contemporary projects and new commissions to narrate the complex stories of how fossil fuel economies have been […]

$15 – $25

An Evening with Michael E. Mann: Our Fragile Momen


In partnership with PennFuture, the Midtown Scholar Bookstore is honored to welcome renowned climate scientist Michael E. Mann to Harrisburg for an in-person conversation and signing on his new book, […]


The 1948 Donora Smog Disaster – 75th Anniversary


TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 2023 @ 7:30 p.m. The Battle of Homestead Foundation presents a free Zoom program "The 1948 Donora Smog Disaster – 75th Anniversary" presented by Brian Charlton of […]


Pedaltopia: Pedal for a Purpose

The Highline 46 S. 4th st., Pittsburgh, PA

Join the fun at Pedaltopia Pump up your tires and strap on your helmets– it’s time for our 3rd Annual Pedaltopia Bike Ride and Fundraiser at the 4th Street Patio […]

Endocrine Disruptors in Plastics: State Policy Options


Dr. Megan Wolff, Ph. D, MPH, will moderate a conversation between John Peterson “Pete” Myers, Ph.D., CEO and chief scientist of Environmental Health Sciences and co-author of the landmark book […]


Black Women, Green Future Policy Summit


This year's theme, From the Frontlines: Sowing the Seeds of Our Liberated Future, will highlight leaders and experts in policy, organizing, and more to help the everyday advocate build their […]


Eyes on Shell – Monthly Meeting


All of us, no matter where we come from or what we look like, want to live in a safe, healthy environment where our families can thrive. But fossil fuel […]