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January 20, 2017

Join the growing movement to build our region’s prosperity

Sustainable Pittsburgh extends a heartfelt thanks to all of the individuals, municipalities, nonprofits, agencies, universities, and businesses that donated or joined to date as a 2017 member!  The support for sustainable development continues to grow as market trends align with the promise of doing well by doing right.

Individuals are taking action to make a difference, be it through the “I Am Sustainable Pittsburgh” pledge, the Green Workplace Challenge, or making a financial contribution to Sustainable Pittsburgh—to name a few examples.  More than 640 individuals are standing up to be counted among those taking the “I Am Sustainable Pittsburgh” pledge.  And the Green Workplace Challenge has seen over 200 employers complete nearly 6,000 actions to bring about a more sustainable workplace.  This current competition boasts the largest field of competitors to date!

There is still time to demonstrate your commitment to a more sustainable Pittsburgh region.  Please donate or become a member of Sustainable Pittsburgh today.  Help us hasten the pace of change for the region!


January 12, 2017

Sustainable Pittsburgh Workshop: Leading the Culture Shift for Sustainable Business Practices

Thursday, January 26
8:30 am – 11:00 am (Registration begins at 8:00 am)
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh
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Changing habits. It’s a common theme this time of year, with many of us making New Year’s resolutions: eat healthier; start exercising.  Yet it’s one thing to focus on changing oneself.  How do you approach changing an organization?

Join Sustainable Pittsburgh for this January 26 workshop to learn how to transform organizational culture into one that embraces sustainability.  Presenters will discuss how individuals are influenced by their work environment and how to successfully manage the change process.  Hear from previous and current Green Workplace Challenge (GWC) participants on how they utilized the GWC to introduce new initiatives, maintain engagement among employees throughout the year, and celebrate their achievements.  Learn about what worked and what didn’t and how you can apply lessons learned in your workplace.

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Jan 21
19th Annual Summit Against Racism

Jan 26
Sustainable Pittsburgh Workshop: Leading the Culture Shift for Sustainable Business Practices

Jan 24
Four Mile Run Watershed Community Meeting

Jan 31
WEBINAR: What You Need To Know About Radon Workshop

Jan 31
WEBCAST: The State of Green Business 2016

Jan 31
WEBINAR: PET Recycling Markets Trends and Challenges

Feb 02
How Love of Community Drives Grassroots Sustainability

Feb 09
Inspire Speakers Series Presents: Inspirational Stories about Creating a Sustainable, Vibrant, Healthy, and Just Region

Feb 15
p4 Performance Measures: In Depth on Valuing People, Planet, Place, & Performance

Sustainable Pittsburgh Programs

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Your financial support allows Sustainable Pittsburgh to perform its role of accelerating the policy and practice of sustainability for the region through our policy efforts, performance programs, advocacy, convening, and partnerships.
 Become a 2017 member or donate today!
Sustainable Pittsburgh benefits from support ($1,000 and up) in 2017 from:


Bayer USA Foundation

Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation

The Heinz Endowments

Henry L. Hillman Foundation

Richard King Mellon Foundation

Pashek Associates, LTD