CitiesAlive Conference

CitiesAlive® is North America’s leading forum to discuss benefits and strategies of green roof and wall design, installation, and maintenance. This interdisciplinary conference features presentations on research, design, and policy. Every year this conference focuses on a specific sustainability topic that can be addressed with green roofs and walls. This event also serves as host to […]

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Huntington Breakfast Briefing: Steve Malnight, CEO, Duquesne Light

Join Duquesne Light President & CEO, Steve Malnight, as he presents information on electric vehicles, solar interconnections, Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), and more. As a leader in the transmission and distribution of electric energy, Duquesne Light offers superior customer service and reliability to more than half a million customers in southwestern Pennsylvania. From the industrial […]

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Deconstructing Deconstruction: Understanding Opportunities in Building Material Reuse

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PA Brownfields Conference

The conference is planned in collaboration between; the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania (ESWP), is held in different cities in PA, and offers high-quality educational sessions on important brownfield topics!  Additional benefits include: Earn PDH Credits for select sessions throughout the day and a half conference; Conference activities, such as Mobile […]

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Corporate Responsibility Frameworks 101

Join Green Building Alliance staff for an introduction to corporate social responsibility frameworks and rating systems, specifically relating to measuring equity in the workplace and operations.  GBA’s Leslie Montgomery will present on the JUST, GEN, BCorp, ISO 26000, and other growing trends in the industry and the role corporate responsibility plays in our sustainable future.  […]

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RGGI in Pennsylvania: Opportunities to Grow Pennsylvania’s Clean Energy Economy

In October, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced that Pennsylvania would begin the process of joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). RGGI (pronounced “Reggie”) is a market-based initiative among ten states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic that caps carbon pollution from the electric power sector while creating investment dollars for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and […]

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