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.
Pittsburgh climate researchers ask: Can clouds slow down climate change? Will the city be able to cope with the rain? Can we use carbon capture to suck up greenhouse gases?
PublicSource spoke to two Pennsylvania-based experts, air quality researcher Albert Presto and environmental advocate Larry Schweiger about climate change.