To celebrate our 40th anniversary, we recognized 40 environmental heroes whose work has made or is making a difference in our region. See the complete list below.
Not Pictured: Ron Chleboski
Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP) is a non-profit citizens' group in Southwestern Pennsylvania working for a healthy, sustainable environment. Founded in 1969, GASP has been a diligent watchdog, educator, litigator, and policy-maker on many environmental issues, with a focus on air quality in the Pittsburgh region. Learn more about GASP.
Allegheny County measures air pollution w/ a network of monitors. Are the monitors in the right places? j.mp/1jDweIN
Neville Island companies: $750k available to upgrade your diesel vehicles! j.mp/1oOjFCl
What are biggest threats to health in Allegheny County? Is air pollution in top 10? Take the Health Dept survey: j.mp/1hTUF9H
Shell’s proposed Beaver County ethane cracker plant air quality plan approval application (bottom of page) j.mp/1pWMpYM
Learn more about major sources of air pollution in Allegheny County. Here’s all the Title V Operating Permits: j.mp/1kAjir6
Should the PA DEP allow more pollution into the air from coal-fired power plants? j.mp/1nygr5h
High-pollution power plant that said it was victim in Obama’s ‘war on coal’ survives, thrives shar.es/VANb3
“God protected me,” says pastor, since he lived in Pgh only 8 years. Air pollution hurts both our health & our region’s attractiveness.