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EUROPE’S GREEN RECOVERY – FRANS TIMMERMANS
March 2nd
2021 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
Microplastics in PA’s Local Waterways: New Findings and Q&A
March 4th
SOOS First Thursday – March
March 4th
THE WATER DEFENDERS: HOW ORDINARY PEOPLE SAVED A COUNTRY FROM CORPORATE GREED
March 5th
Recycle Your Bicycle Drive
March 8th-13th 2021
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT: TRASH AND RECYCLING IN EURASIA
March 9th
WATER Discussion Series
March 10th
Green Speakeasy: Pitt Deans Talk Sustainability
March 16th
JUNK GARDEN: UPCYCLING PLANT POTS
March 16th
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Green Speakeasy: Pitt Deans Talk Sustainability

  • When: Mar 16, 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Event Type: Public

Countering Climate Change, Forging Sustainability the Pitt Way

With the new presidential administration squarely focused on climate change, we want to celebrate Pitt’s newest sustainability-minded deans and reflect on the work ahead to achieve Pitt’s carbon neutrality goals and advance sustainability via our research, curricula, and engagement. Following a welcome by Provost Ann Cudd, please join us for a discussion with Pitt’s newest deans, GSPIA’s Carissa Slotterback and Graduate School of Public Health’s Maureen Lichtveld, moderated by Dean Amy Wildermuth, about their work in sustainability and their hopes for Pitt’s sustainable future.

Please register at the link to attend.

ADD TO CALENDAR 16-03-2021 4:00 pm 16-03-2021 5:30 pm America/Los_Angeles Green Speakeasy: Pitt Deans Talk Sustainability

Countering Climate Change, Forging Sustainability the Pitt Way

With the new presidential administration squarely focused on climate change, we want to celebrate Pitt’s newest sustainability-minded deans and reflect on the work ahead to achieve Pitt’s carbon neutrality goals and advance sustainability via our research, curricula, and engagement. Following a welcome by Provost Ann Cudd, please join us for a discussion with Pitt’s newest deans, GSPIA’s Carissa Slotterback and Graduate School of Public Health’s Maureen Lichtveld, moderated by Dean Amy Wildermuth, about their work in sustainability and their hopes for Pitt’s sustainable future.

Please register at the link to attend.