Students Are ‘The Brain Power’ Behind New Clean Energy TurbinePittsburgh's Energy Innovation Center is taking another step towards going green with its new wind turbine.
Brewery Makes Green 'Algae Beer' To Spotlight Threat To Lake ErieA brewery in Ohio is making a batch of green-colored beer called "Algae Blooms" to draw attention to the toxic algae that's been fouling Lake Erie.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Opens Its First 'Green' CemeteryThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has just opened its first green burial site, the St. Francis of Assisi green burial section in a quiet meadow behind Holy Savior Catholic Cemetery off Bakerstown Road in Pine and Richland Townships.
Millennials Love Going Green But Don't Actually Recycle, Study SaysAccording to the poll of 1,000 millennials, only 34 percent of them recycled paper or aluminum cans.
CMU Goes Eco-Friendly, Brings In Goats To Landscape Overgrown HillsideCMU is taking a step back in time in order to landscape an unsightly weed-covered hillside on their Oakland campus.
Green Tree Hill Office Building Following New Solar Energy TrendA new office building in Green Tree is turning heads for its unique look, but it’s really just following a new energy trend.
Environmentalists, Miners Square Off In Western Pa. Coal CountryWhat once was a 62-acre lake at Ryerson Park in Greene County is now just a dried up lake bed.
‘It's Not Going To Bring Back The Coal Industry’: Environmentalists Say Somerset Co. Mine Not Enough To Lift IndustryEnvironmentalists say the new Somerset County mine will be an exception and not the rule, and that the coal industry as a whole will continue to decline because of stiff completion from natural gas.
More Advocates Sue EPA Over Lake Erie's Toxic Algae ProblemEnvironmental advocates have filed a second federal lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over whether enough is being done to address the toxic algae problem in western Lake Erie.
Environmental Group Offers Easy Way To Get Rid Of Hard-To-Recycle ItemsIt’s Spring cleaning time, and many of us have items to get rid of but can't because of local municipal rules.