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Pitt Researchers' Report Pushes for Regional Green Infrastructure Database

Pitt Researchers' Report Pushes for Regional Green Infrastructure Database

Stakeholders have a new roadmap to help understand the most important challenges in regional stormwater management

Pittsburgh Had Its Second Wettest Year Ever; Can The Region’s Infrastructure Handle All The Precipitation?

Pittsburgh Had Its Second Wettest Year Ever; Can The Region’s Infrastructure Handle All The Precipitation?

This year could become the wettest year Pittsburgh has ever seen, and it’s capping off a very wet decade. Our old infrastructure might not be able to keep the water at bay.

Biophilic Design: A Living Case Study at Phipps Conservatory, Pittsburgh

Biophilic Design: A Living Case Study at Phipps Conservatory, Pittsburgh

One other important benefit often overlooked is that green roofs can help satisfy our innate desire to connect with nature.

Greenfield in Line for $41 Million Flood Control Plan, Low-Speed Transportation System

Greenfield in Line for $41 Million Flood Control Plan, Low-Speed Transportation System

Pittsburgh officials are ready to move ahead with the largest stormwater mitigation project in the city’s history to address chronic flooding problems in the area known as “The Run.”

LiveWall Helps Phipps Conservatory to Display Ten Vertical Food Gardens

LiveWall Helps Phipps Conservatory to Display Ten Vertical Food Gardens

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens has created a display of LiveWall® green walls to showcase vertical gardening as an option for growing local produce in urban areas.