On Tuesday, December 17, the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) will host a public webinar to share the latest updates in the TCI regional low-carbon transportation policy development process. The webinar will also be recorded and posted to the TCI website.
In the face of climate change and the Anthropocene, artists are embracing social practice, community art, and collaboration to support a just and sustainable future. In this workshop, we’ll consider how best to apply our skills in analysis, envisioning, and pattern recognition to understand how we have arrived at this historical moment of human impact […]
The Inspire Speakers Series is thrilled to partner with the EcoDistricts Summit to present award winning landscape architect and environmental justice advocate Kofi Boone. A Detroit native, Boone has been at the forefront of addressing racism through democratic design. His nationally recognized work reconciles the legacies of structural inequality with authentic cultural landscapes, creating places that weigh equally […]
Join the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University for a Distinguished Lecture by Michael O’Sullivan, Senior Vice President of Development at NextEra Energy Resources.
Presented by The Natural History Museum, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens presents “Decolonizing Green Power,” a panel discussion focused on efforts to decolonize green energy among Indigenous activists. Decolonizing Green Power is presented as part of Power Beyond Extraction, a mobile and pop-up museum curated and organized by The Natural History Museum and founded by the art collective Not […]
May 23, 2019 Lynne Hayes Looking to go green? Try recycling… oysters. Oyster Recovery Partnership is expanding its oyster shell recycling program in Pittsburgh to help replenish the oyster population in the Chesapeake Bay. “Working with Sustainable Pittsburgh and the local restaurants here, we collect the shell,” Executive Director Stephan Abel told Lynne Hayes-Freeland on […]