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GBA Executive Director Jenna Cramer Wins 2019 Living Future Hero Award

GBA Executive Director Jenna Cramer Wins 2019 Living Future Hero Award

May 6th, 2019

GBA is excited to announce that Jenna Cramer has been awarded a 2019 Living Future Hero Award by The International Living Future Institute (ILFI). The award recognizes individuals in the fields of regenerative design who have advanced the Living Future programs and broader mission. The ten award[...]

The Ever Shifting Line

The Ever Shifting Line

April 22nd, 2019

Change is constantly happening around us. In nature as in building, we continually evolve, shaping our choices to the contours of an ever-shifting world. At Green Building Alliance, our work moves with the communities we support. We are constantly rethinking how we create, reconfiguring and r[...]

From Pittsburgh to Geneva: Defining International Excellence in Sustainable Building

From Pittsburgh to Geneva: Defining International Excellence in Sustainable Building

April 9th, 2019

Pittsburgh has spent the better part of four decades crafting its future. As economies collapsed across the nation, leaders found few ideals on which to model their revival. Strolling down the river, wandering through streets filled with art and businesses and daily life, it’s easy to forget th[...]

Be My Neighbor - Building Equity in the Steel City

Be My Neighbor - Building Equity in the Steel City

March 25th, 2019

“Mister Rogers Neighborhood” debuted in 1966 to a Pittsburgh that was about to embark on a total economic overhaul. Its foundation as the world’s mecca of steel manufacturing was shaken by a shifting world economy that would send Pittsburgh into economic upheaval. While Mr. Rogers began ask[...]

What Happened to Pittsburgh's Glass Recycling?

What Happened to Pittsburgh's Glass Recycling?

February 13th, 2019

On January 1st, 2019, Pittsburgh area recycling bins were rocked by a tremendous scandal. As they waited patiently for curbside pick-up, they were struck by the uncanny notion that something was missing.  As of January 1st, that something was glass. Many residents in the greater Pittsb[...]

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