Driftless, a new play about fracking August 11, 12, and 13, 2016 at 8:00 PM August 14, 2016, at 2:00 PM New Hazlett Theater 6 Allegheny Square E, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 $15.00 advance; $20.00 door A young family sprouts from the hills of Southwestern Pennsylvania. A Catholic priest from Minnesota embeds himself in a new […]
Let the debt-ladenTurnpike Commission know what YOU think about the plan to extend the tollway from Jefferson Hills to Monroeville when investment in public transit is called for.
Pittsburghers went by three private buses and by car to urge the Democrats to recognize that there is a clean energy revolution afoot in the country.
Without recognition of climate change the GOP has a clear plan to abandon needed protection of the environment in favor of the polluters.
Absence of a fracking ban and no opposition to TPP mars an otherwise strong platform for Democrats to run against the Republicans.
The steadily rising average monthly global temperature raises urgency for climate action.
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An opportunity to give voice to the need for clean, healthy air in the Allegheny River valley and beyond.
Leaked revelations that this trade agreement is as bad as the Trans-Pacific agreement.
Exceptional state forest area near Pittsburgh given formal Wild Area protection.
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