Colcom Foundation supports national projects acknowledging the impact of human population growth on the environment.
Population Media Center utilizes entertainment-education and mass media to prevent unplanned and unwanted births to reduce birth rates globally.
According to Pew Research Center, immigration accounts for 88 percent of the United States’ population growth. NumbersUSA, Federation for American Immigration Reform, and Center for Immigration Studies seek to reduce the negative impact of uncontrolled immigration on the country’s environment, urban sprawl, economic inequality, healthcare, and security.
Colcom Foundation supports environmental and conservation projects in southwestern Pennsylvania. Southwestern Pennsylvania includes the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Somerset, Washington, and Westmoreland.
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy’s Revolving Fund for Local Land Trusts provides grants in the form of rapid response short-term, zero interest loans to land trusts and other nonprofits seeking to preserve open space and conserve high priority properties.
PennFuture protects our air, water, and land by empowering citizens to build sustainable communities for future generations.
The National Aviary is home to more than 500 birds representing more than 150 species from around the world.
Tree Pittsburgh restores and protects the urban forest through tree planting and care, education, advocacy, and land conservation.
The Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds invests in efforts to protect, preserve, and restore Pennsylvania’s water resources and watersheds.
Pennsylvania Resources Council protects local resources for future generations through environmental education, recycling, anti-litter campaigns, and more.
The Allegheny Front is a public radio program covering environmental issues in western Pennsylvania. It airs on WESA in Pittsburgh and stations throughout the region.
The Student Conservation Association offers year-round conservation opportunities to young people in Pittsburgh.
Fair Shake Environmental Legal Services is a nonprofit law firm that provides sliding-scale services to individuals negatively impacted by regional environmental issues such as fracking.
The September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance is connecting the Flight 93 National Memorial to the Great Allegheny Passage.
Colcom Foundation supports projects that enrich and improve quality of life in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Scenic Pittsburgh protects, enhances, and promotes the scenic beauty – both natural and built – of southwestern Pennsylvania. Grounded improves the social, economic, and environmental health of communities by building capacity to reclaim vacant and underutilized land.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s We Are Nature: Living in the Anthropocene exhibition explored the unprecedented impact humans are having on the Earth.
The Walled Garden Fountain in Mellon Park was restored by Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy.
Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs paired service dogs with Pittsburgh veterans.
Compassion & Choices improves care, expands options, and empowers individuals to map their end-of-life journey through medical aid in dying.
The American Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania chapter provides disaster relief to local residents.
Touchstone Center for Crafts’ Summer Internship Program enables emerging artists, graduate, and undergraduate students to learn studio management and operations while refining their artistic skills and working with some of the nation’s best artists.