GBA members can receive an early-bird discount of $300 when they register before June 1
Join us for a summertime Urban Hike in the Hill District with Terri Baltimore!
Stephen Ritz and Karen Washington join us for this event focused on the intersection of food and sustainability
Women For A Healthy Environment (WHE) and the Green Building Alliance (GBA) are teaming up, with funding from The Heinz Endowments, to launch the 1,000 Hours a Year Project.
May 22nd, 2017
These nonprofit solar experts are making your community greener. Find out if your roof can gleam with new solar panels. Summer is a time for sunburns, sunporches, and, of course, photovoltaic cells. For those of us living in one of Pittsburgh's charming (read: hilly and tree-lined) neighborhoods,[...]
May 15th, 2017
Imagine if no one on your street owned a car. No one speeds through pedestrian zones, no one runs over your garbage cans. And in fact, your cobbled street just grew by two lanes, because the 90% of time that your car remains parked has been eliminated. This is not a utopian environmental fantasy,[...]
May 8th, 2017
As the hillsides celebrate spring, Green Building Alliance is thrilled to honor the Frick Environmental Center with our new Leadership Award at the 2017 Emerald Evening gala. The Frick Environmental Center is the world’s first free-to-the-public building engineered to meet the Living Building Cha[...]
May 5th, 2017
On April 18, 2017, the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), in collaboration with Green Building Alliance (GBA), officially launched the new Pittsburgh Living Product Hub at a happy hour generously hosted by Phipps Conservancy and Botanical Gardens. Through this new partnership, GBA memb[...]
May 1st, 2017
Passive House. Zero energy buildings. LEED buildings. You’ve probably heard all of these terms used to describe a green building, and you know that all have something to do with energy efficiency. There are certifications, design standards, and buzzwords to track, and while all engender a sort o[...]