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Can Pittsburgh save the planet?

Can Pittsburgh save the planet?

Energy experts from around the world will gather here this month to accelerate clean technology. Can they keep the planet from warming past its breaking point?
Collision course: Will the plastics treaty slow the plastics rush?

Collision course: Will the plastics treaty slow the plastics rush?

A massive new plastics plant will soon start operating in Pennsylvania, even as support grows for international limits on plastic production.
Hydropower eyes bigger energy role, less environmental harm
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Hydropower eyes bigger energy role, less environmental harm

WASHINGTON (AP) — In southwestern Pennsylvania, eight locks and dams that for decades helped barges move goods along the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers will in a few years also generate enough power for 75,000 homes.
“A permanent reactor": Fracking's radioactive health threat to Ohio will last 1,600 years without action

“A permanent reactor": Fracking's radioactive health threat to Ohio will last 1,600 years without action

Industry, with help from the state, has chosen to downplay or ignore risks to both workers in the fracking industry and locals who live near oil and gas sites, treatment plants, and sewage systems.

Green infrastructure: Cities around the Great Lakes plan for a changing future
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Green infrastructure: Cities around the Great Lakes plan for a changing future

Green stormwater infrastructure does far more than reduce flooding.

One chemical plant emits a super-pollutant that does more climate damage than every car in the city
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One chemical plant emits a super-pollutant that does more climate damage than every car in the city

A chemical plant in Louisville that makes a raw material for everything from Teflon to lubricants used on the International Space Station also appears to do more damage to the climate than all of this city's passenger vehicles.

State awards low-interest loan to reduce sewage overflows to Mon and Ohio rivers
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State awards low-interest loan to reduce sewage overflows to Mon and Ohio rivers

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has been awarded a $7.75 million state grant to lessen sewage overflows into local rivers.

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