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PFAS chemicals are ubiquitous. A Pitt scientist is working to protect you from thousands of types at once.-
Two of the ‘forever chemicals’ have been studied widely and show a wide range of harmful effects. A Pitt researcher is helping to tackle the problem: What do we do about the other 4,000+?00
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Four environmental issues in the Pittsburgh region to keep your eyes on in the age of COVID-19-
Climate change, air pollution, oil prices and waste could be transformed by the pandemic.
Pittsburgh’s drinking water passes ‘major milestone’ as lead levels fall below federal threshold-
In results released Friday, a sample of Pittsburgh water contained lead at 10 parts per billion , well below the federal threshold of 15 ppb that would require remedial action.
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Climate migration: Could Pittsburgh be a haven for residents leaving other regions?-
Some Great Lakes cities are specifically marketing themselves as a destination for those fleeing climate change. Pittsburgh has been more measured.