The Stories, the Science and the Solutions Behind Air Pollution in Western Pennsylvania
Who are the people affected everyday by air pollution? Hear their stories.
What questions do you have? Get the answers.
What can you do? Learn about solutions.
Don Hopey and David Templeton, authors of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Mapping Mortality” series, will lead an evening forum with individuals featured in the articles. This event will pull the people from the pages to share their struggles and concerns. A question and answer session will follow, allowing the audience to ask questions of the authors, the featured individuals and air quality experts. Finally, rounding out the evening, local environmental leaders will discuss current regulations and what actions we can take to improve our environment and public health.
Refreshments 5:30-6 pm; Forum 6-9 pm at Chatham University's Eddy Theater (104 Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15232).
Brought to you by: Center for Coalfield Justice, Clean Water Action, Environmental Integrity Project, Group Against Smog and Pollution, Penn Environment, PennFuture, Sierra Club Allegheny Group and Women for a Healthy Environment. For more information, contact Randy Francisco at 412.802.6161, firstname.lastname@example.org