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    After over a year of collecting responses from Pittsburgh commuters, GBA’s Make My Trip Count survey results are ready to be released to the public!

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Make My Trip Count Survey Results

Make My Trip Count Survey Results

December 5th, 2019

After over a year of collecting responses from Pittsburgh commuters, GBA’s Make My Trip Count survey results are ready to be released to the public! Over 20,000 respondents from around the Pittsburgh region provided feedback on their daily transportation routines through Make My Trip Count. The s[...]

Environmental Charter School Transforms Vacant Building into Sustainable Middle School

Environmental Charter School Transforms Vacant Building into Sustainable Middle School

November 5th, 2019

Current and former students of The Environmental Charter School (ECS) joined community members and Mayor Bill Peduto to unveil their new middle school, built out of the historic James E. Rogers Building in Garfield. The school is centered around sustainability for both students and environmen[...]

Welcoming New Pittsburgh 2030 District Director Isaac Smith

Welcoming New Pittsburgh 2030 District Director Isaac Smith

October 28th, 2019

It is with mixed emotions that we announce the departure of Angelica Ciranni, GBA’s longest tenured 2030 District Director. Under her leadership, the Pittsburgh 2030 District   set national standards for performance, fueled by a dedicated network of partners across Western Pennsylvania. Angelica[...]

GHSA Emerging Youth Visit the Center for Sustainable Landscapes

GHSA Emerging Youth Visit the Center for Sustainable Landscapes

October 24th, 2019

Yesterday, our Green and Healthy Schools Academy took their Emerging Youth Program students to one of 17 living buildings in the world, Phipps Conservatory's Center for Sustainable Landscapes (CSL). Phipps' Meghan Scanlon joined the students to talk about the importance of green buildings and the sy[...]

Teaching the Next Generation of Climate Leaders

Teaching the Next Generation of Climate Leaders

October 21st, 2019

Young people are grabbing the mic from adults on climate change, evidenced by the numerous young people around the globe mobilizing for swift climate action. The Global Youth Climate Strike on September 20th, 2019 and the weekly Fridays for the Future protests (from noon-4pm at the City-County B[...]

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