We are already seeing the impacts of a changing climate through heavy rain.
Recently, Clean Water Fund held its annual auction events in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The Pittsburgh auction celebrated its 10th anniversary, while the Philadelphia event has been going strong for a whopping 22 years.
The events generate financial support for our local campaigns that seek to improve democracy, develop strong grassroots leadership, and bring together diverse communities to work cooperatively for environmental progress.
When I was moving to Pittsburgh I conducted the arduous task of finding a place to live without being in the city.
Here in Southwestern Pennsylvania, our region is finally taking a new approach to address our sewage overflow problem.
The new direction is a faster, smarter, and cheaper solution. It echoes the calls that our members have been making all along – invest first in green infrastructure.