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Thanks to everyone who joined us for this year’s Emerald Evening at the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History!
RESCHEDULED for October 21st. Join Green Building Alliance for a look at Scalo Solar Solutions’ Sunscape Demonstration Project. We’ll learn about this local “living laboratory” and enjoy food, drinks, and networking.
Most days of the week, you travel to work or school. How many days? Where do you start and where are you going? Most importantly, how do you get there? We’re interested in your answers!
October 9th, 2015
When Richard Piacentini and the board of Phipps began planning for the conversion of the former public works garage into an exhibit staging center, there was no discussion of delivering the project in a manner other than to the most rigorous environmental standards. Rather than viewing the Center fo[...]
October 8th, 2015
We're super proud of our Executive Director's "Innovator Profile" piece in Solving Problems that Matter (and Getting Paid for It) - sounds like the perfect combination, if you ask us! Aurora Sharrard is spotlighted for her passionate career in engineering and sustainability. The article calls Aurora[...]
October 7th, 2015
Touted for building a healthier, higher performing downtown, Pittsburgh on top again. The Pittsburgh 2030 District, a strategic initiative of the Green Building Alliance, today received a prestigious award from the International Downtown Association for its work to significantly reduce energy consu[...]
October 5th, 2015
I attended the Thrival Session entitled Public Revolutionaries: Ideas and Individuals Shaping 21st Century Metro Areas, moderated by Mayor Peduto and including panelists John Fetterman, Bill Generett, and Tara Sherry-Torres. Among the many interesting aspects of this panel discussion was a brief exc[...]