This year's exhibit is opening this Saturday, April 9th at 12 PM! The focus this year has been on air quality and its effects on nature, humans, and the Pittsburgh region. In particular, we looked at Pittsburgh's current and past air quality with an eye on Pittsburgh's prospects for the future.
We are planning to illustrate the history of air quality in Pittsburgh with a mural and timeline highlighting major events in Pittsburgh's air quality history. To coincide with the mural, we will also be including video interviews from multiple generations of Pittsburghers who will share their experiences with the city's air quality. Another part of the exhibit will illustrate acid rain and the effects it has on plants, animals, and ecosystems as a whole. There will also be a pH game, a time-lapse video, and much more! Please join us for the final Energy-Net exhibit opening, it is sure to be a fantastic time for people of all ages.