Bill O'Toole October 11, 2018 City Design, Energy, Environment When people think of green buildings, their minds probably run toward the sweeping glass roof of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens or the sci-fi sleekness of the David L
Listen to Pittsburgh 2030 District's Senior Director, Angelica Ciranni, talk about the Pittsburgh 2030 District and its successes on the podcast City Rising.https://embed.simplecast.com/a06664f2?color=3d3d3d
PITTSBURGH, PA (September 10, 2018) The Make My Trip Count regional commuter survey launches today, as part of Pittsburgh’s effort to capture residents’ changing transportation choices. The survey on MakeMyTripcount.org takes 5 to 10 minutes, and
The international community has committed to carbon neutrality, and Pittsburgh has responded. Long before the Paris Climate Accord proposed net-zero greenhouse gas emission, Pittsburgh had published two Climate Action plans, started a greenhouse gas
The Pittsburgh 2030 District published its fifth annual Progress Report at a reception celebrating years of encouraging and tracking reductions in energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions, in addition to improving indoor air
Activists aren’t the only ones preaching about climate change. Some Pittsburgh congregations do, too.
PublicSource's Saima Sitwat published an article on March 26 putting a spotlight on several Pittsburgh congregations working to counteract climate change. Rodef Shalom, a Pittsburgh 2030 District Property Partner, and the Pittsburgh Presbytery (
You already know that energy efficiency upgrades save you money by lowering your utility bills. But did you know that you can also receive payment from our regional grid? If you’ve done (or are planning) a lighting, HVAC, or VFD project, received a
The second in PublicSource's series Three Rivers Rising, this article profiles several Pittsburgh 2030 District Property Partners, including Highmark, the Carnegie Museums, and Phipps. It also includes a little bit about Hibersense - a company also
PublicSource is publishing a series all this week on how climate change and how it is affecting Pittsburgh. Check out the first article (with bonus mention of the Pittsburgh 2030 District!)
Looking to cozy up with a good book this fall? Do you identify as a sustainability wonk, an armchair scientist, or a full-blown climate nerd? Here are a few page turners to educate, inspire, and put it all in perspective. Read More.