Sustainable Communities

Phipps Wins Prestigious Green Good Design Award

Phipps GreenPittsburgh public garden receives global recognition for innovation in green building.

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens announced that it has been named as a recipient of a Green Good Design Award...

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Volunteers Needed for Household Chemical Collection

Household Hazardous WasteAllegheny County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection is on Saturday, May 4, 2013. They are planning for approximately 1,200 vehicles, and they need a fairly large number of volunteers...

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Phipps Opens One of the Greenest Buildings on the Planet

Green Salon and SpaThe grand opening celebration of the Center for Sustainable Landscapes at Phipps is set for May 23, 2012, and the event promises to unveil what could be....

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Pittsburgh’s Universities Lead the Way for Sustainability

evolveEA 2030 Challenge

Guest post by Kristina Ross

Nationwide, academics recognize what a top tier destination Pittsburgh has become. With over 15 colleges and universities around the area, the city of bridges holds...

 

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Welcome to Greener Pittsburgh

GP logo stackedGreener Pittsburgh is a location-based platform to connect people with greener products and services. It is the big dinner table with room for small businesses and large corporations, nonprofits and organizations, community development corporations and government sectors, families, residents and students. A region’s livability and success is determined by the health of its economic and environmental climate, and Greener Pittsburgh is the place to find a dynamic green business directory, educational content, and links to sustainability resources throughout the region.

 

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