Students from Allegheny College, Carnegie Mellon University, Chatham University, University of Pittsburgh, and West Virginia University spoke about efforts to reduce single-use plastic on campus, how these efforts were affected by the pandemic, and new improvements they hope to implement. Watch the video here!
Ongoing efforts to control the Covid-19 pandemic include wearing face masks. Although any kind of mask somewhat reduces transmission of coronavirus, recent developments in the spread of the Omicron variant have led many epidemiologists to recommend that everyone wear N-95 or KN-95 disposable masks because they seal against the face
by Becca Stallings A simple trip to the supermarket has become a very different experience during the COVID-19 pandemic! There are so many new things to think about: wearing a mask, keeping your distance from other customers, following directions for one-way aisles and no-touch payments, keeping your hands away from
We’ve added a recommended reading page to our website so you can always find links to helpful articles about the SUP problem and how small adjustments in our daily lives can reduce demand for SUP! Check it out at http://pasupnow.org/recommended-reading SUP in SchoolsClick here to check out our website for a report on the
by Becca Stallings PASUP’s SUP in Schools Action Team met with representatives of several Pittsburgh-area public, private, and charter schools in late 2019 and early 2020 to discuss what they are doing already and what they might be able to do to reduce SUP in their schools. We decided to