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  Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Rose Lanzo (left), a research coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC gives Alivia Thomas a refresher on how to use her inhaler and spacer in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. The
Care Mobile makes it easier for the patients by bringing the medical care to them.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

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 Malaya Kirkland is given a check up for her asthma in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile staffed by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County has some of the highest incidences of asthma in the state.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Malaya Kirkland is given a check up for her asthma in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile staffed by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County has some of the highest incidences of asthma in the state.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Kirkland heads back to her school in Swissvale after her check up. The Care Mobile travels to underserved areas to make sure at-risk patients are seen.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Kirkland heads back to her school in Swissvale after her check up. The Care Mobile travels to underserved areas to make sure at-risk patients are seen.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Theodore “Ted” Popovich, a resident of Ben Avon, PA and co-founder of ACCAN— Allegheny County Clean Air Now—is on a mission to close the Shenango Inc. coke works, one of the heaviest polluters in Allegheny County.  The plant was closed in later 2015; Shenango, Inc., claimed it was no loner economically viable.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Theodore “Ted” Popovich, a resident of Ben Avon, PA and co-founder of ACCAN—
Allegheny County Clean Air Now—is on a mission to close the Shenango Inc. coke works, one of the heaviest polluters in Allegheny County.  The plant was closed in later 2015; Shenango, Inc., claimed it was no loner economically viable.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

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 Members of GASP: Group Against Smog and Pollution, CAPS: Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies and ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now meet on the Neville Island Bridge. The groups were there to learn how to “read smoke” coming out of the Shenango Inc. coke works. Smoke readers are certified to recognize and understand visible emissions from smoke stacks.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Members of GASP: Group Against Smog and Pollution, CAPS: Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies and ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now meet on the Neville Island Bridge. The groups were there to learn how to “read smoke” coming out of the Shenango Inc. coke works. Smoke readers are certified to recognize and understand visible emissions from smoke stacks.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Angelo Taranto (left) of ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now takes shelter in a car from the bitter cold on a January day to “read” the smoke emissions from the Shenango Inc. coke plant on Neville Island. Taranto is a certified smoke reader. He is trained to read and understand the different types of smoke emitted from smoke stacks. Bin Xie (right), a student at Carnegie Mellon University, observes.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Angelo Taranto (left) of ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now takes shelter in a car from the bitter cold on a January day to “read” the smoke emissions from the Shenango Inc. coke plant on Neville Island. Taranto is a certified smoke reader. He is trained to read and understand the different types of smoke emitted from smoke stacks. Bin Xie (right), a student at Carnegie Mellon University, observes.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick,
PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 The reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

The reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick,
PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 A cigarette break outside of The Altar Bar in The Strip District of Pittsburgh.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

A cigarette break outside of The Altar Bar in The Strip District of
Pittsburgh.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker; Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident; condensation forms on windows at a Western Pennsylvania golf course on a July afternoon.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker; Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident; condensation forms on windows at a Western Pennsylvania golf course on a July afternoon.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

 In years past, the pollution of the city of Pittsburgh was easy to see—hence the nickname The Smoky City.” In recent years, a lot of the highly visible pollution has been cleaned up, leading people to believe the air quality is good. But Pittsburgh often rates as one of the worst cities for air quality in America because of the microscopic, invisible pollution in the air.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

In years past, the pollution of the city of Pittsburgh was easy to see—hence the nickname The Smoky City.” In recent years, a lot of the highly visible pollution has been cleaned up, leading people to believe the air quality is good. But Pittsburgh often rates as one of the worst cities for air quality in America because of the microscopic, invisible pollution in the air.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

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05052015_AQ_asthma_clinic__1036.jpg
 Malaya Kirkland is given a check up for her asthma in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile staffed by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County has some of the highest incidences of asthma in the state.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Kirkland heads back to her school in Swissvale after her check up. The Care Mobile travels to underserved areas to make sure at-risk patients are seen.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Theodore “Ted” Popovich, a resident of Ben Avon, PA and co-founder of ACCAN— Allegheny County Clean Air Now—is on a mission to close the Shenango Inc. coke works, one of the heaviest polluters in Allegheny County.  The plant was closed in later 2015; Shenango, Inc., claimed it was no loner economically viable.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
121114_Air_Quality__1132.jpg
06032015_AQ_Blue_Ash_Site__2039.jpg
06032015_AQ_Blue_Ash_Site__2216.jpg
 Members of GASP: Group Against Smog and Pollution, CAPS: Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies and ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now meet on the Neville Island Bridge. The groups were there to learn how to “read smoke” coming out of the Shenango Inc. coke works. Smoke readers are certified to recognize and understand visible emissions from smoke stacks.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Angelo Taranto (left) of ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now takes shelter in a car from the bitter cold on a January day to “read” the smoke emissions from the Shenango Inc. coke plant on Neville Island. Taranto is a certified smoke reader. He is trained to read and understand the different types of smoke emitted from smoke stacks. Bin Xie (right), a student at Carnegie Mellon University, observes.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 The reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 A cigarette break outside of The Altar Bar in The Strip District of Pittsburgh.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker; Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident; condensation forms on windows at a Western Pennsylvania golf course on a July afternoon.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
 In years past, the pollution of the city of Pittsburgh was easy to see—hence the nickname The Smoky City.” In recent years, a lot of the highly visible pollution has been cleaned up, leading people to believe the air quality is good. But Pittsburgh often rates as one of the worst cities for air quality in America because of the microscopic, invisible pollution in the air.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015
Downtown_Train.jpg
powerlines.jpg
road_worker.jpg
Trumpet_photo.jpg
water_bottle_photo.jpg

Rose Lanzo (left), a research coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC gives Alivia Thomas a refresher on how to use her inhaler and spacer in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. The
Care Mobile makes it easier for the patients by bringing the medical care to them.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Malaya Kirkland is given a check up for her asthma in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile staffed by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County has some of the highest incidences of asthma in the state.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Kirkland heads back to her school in Swissvale after her check up. The Care Mobile travels to underserved areas to make sure at-risk patients are seen.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Theodore “Ted” Popovich, a resident of Ben Avon, PA and co-founder of ACCAN—
Allegheny County Clean Air Now—is on a mission to close the Shenango Inc. coke works, one of the heaviest polluters in Allegheny County.  The plant was closed in later 2015; Shenango, Inc., claimed it was no loner economically viable.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Members of GASP: Group Against Smog and Pollution, CAPS: Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies and ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now meet on the Neville Island Bridge. The groups were there to learn how to “read smoke” coming out of the Shenango Inc. coke works. Smoke readers are certified to recognize and understand visible emissions from smoke stacks.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Angelo Taranto (left) of ACCAN: Allegheny County Clean Air Now takes shelter in a car from the bitter cold on a January day to “read” the smoke emissions from the Shenango Inc. coke plant on Neville Island. Taranto is a certified smoke reader. He is trained to read and understand the different types of smoke emitted from smoke stacks. Bin Xie (right), a student at Carnegie Mellon University, observes.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick, PA.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick,
PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

The reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Umbrellas frame an exhaust pipe at a Pittsburgh North Siderestaurant; glass hummingbirds dangle from a tree across from the power plant in Cheswick,
PA; the reflection of lace hanging in the windows of the Rachel Carson homestead can be seen in a portrait of the famous conservationist, who grew up in Springdale, PA, about 17 miles from Pittsburgh, and whose book, Silent Spring, and other works are credited with awakening many to environmental issues; fresh tar is applied to the streets of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

A cigarette break outside of The Altar Bar in The Strip District of
Pittsburgh.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

The coal dust trapped for decades inside the walls of a Pittsburgh North Side home is released during demolition and settles on John, a demo worker; Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident; condensation forms on windows at a Western Pennsylvania golf course on a July afternoon.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

Anthony Massafra, former Mayor of Donora, PA, walks down McKean Avenue where, for five days in October 1948, a smog blanketed Donora; twenty people died, thousands were stricken, and fifty more died within a month of the incident.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

In years past, the pollution of the city of Pittsburgh was easy to see—hence the nickname The Smoky City.” In recent years, a lot of the highly visible pollution has been cleaned up, leading people to believe the air quality is good. But Pittsburgh often rates as one of the worst cities for air quality in America because of the microscopic, invisible pollution in the air.  © Annie O'Neill/TDW 2015

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