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Black Study Intensive: “Love is the Great Rebellion” with rilmmakers Charles Burnett and Julie Dash (who were part of the L.A. Rebellion film movement) and participant moderator Daniel Alexander Jones
October 2nd
Hispanic Heritage Month: Webinar – Transnational Dialogues in Afrolatinidad: Migration, Policing and Political Movements
October 2nd
Pitt Civic Action Week: Workshop for Undergraduate Students “Expanding the Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility: Why So Many Companies Are Talking about Sustainability”
October 5th
Civic Action Week
October 5th-10th 2020
CCRUN October Seminar – Local and Regional Collaborations for Climate Resilience: Lessons for Philadelphia from Boston, Pittsburgh and NYC
October 7th
Civic Action Week: SUPPORTING TODAY’S #REALCOLLEGE STUDENTS
October 8th
Civic Action Week: BASIC NEEDS IN OUR COMMUNITY
October 9th
Water Discussion Series
October 12th
Toward Climate Pragmatism, Virtual Lecture by Armond Cohen
October 12th
The State of Environmental Justice in Pennsylvania
October 14th
Wild & Scenic Film Festival
October 15th
Green Speakeasy: Adapting to Climate Change
October 15th
AASHE Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education
October 20th-22nd 2020
Halfway to Earth Day: Ecolution Fashion Show at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Music Hall
October 21st
Sustainable Business Breakfast
October 23rd
Sustainable Business Breakfast
October 23rd
Halfway to Earth Day: Sustainable Business Breakfast at Fairmont Pittsburgh
October 23rd
Halfway to Earth Day: Go Green at Market Square Presented by UPMC Health Plan
October 23rd-24th 2020
Halfway to Earth Day: Earth to Table Dinner
October 25th
Quarterly Meeting
October 27th
Green Building Construction Tour: University of Pittsburgh Hillman Library (Virtual)
October 27th
Strategizing Regional Green Infrastructure Data Needs
October 27th
Virtual Diversity Book Club
October 28th
Open Forum of the Ad Hoc Committee on Fossil Fuels of the Board of Trustees
October 28th
Amplifying Black Voices for a Sustainable Economic Future
October 29th-28th 2020
Open Forum of the Ad Hoc Committee on Fossil Fuels of the Board of Trustees
October 30th
Home Office Energy Efficiency Lunch & Learn
October 30th
SOOS First Thursdays
November 1st
Climate Projects: Turning Ideas into Actions with the Support of the Acceleration Fund
November 12th
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
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Sustainable Business Breakfast

  • When: Oct 23,
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Campus: Off Campus
  • Event Type: Public
Partnering with CEO’s for Sustainability and The Allegheny Conference, the 6th Annual Sustainable Business Breakfast continues to have sell-out attendance with industry leaders speaking about business-to-business and business-to-consumer green best practices.
This year, the event will take place at The Fairmont.
It’s easy to say we are going to commit to being a sustainable business, but what does it take to put this commitment into action? This year, Pittsburgh’s leaders in corporate and community sustainability will discuss what it takes to implement sustainable practices and how to connect to global sustainability goals. Local business leaders will talk about ways, both large and small, that they are transforming their companies and communities into shining examples of sustainability.
2020 Panelists:
Moderator: Bill Flanagan, The Allegheny Conference
Joylette Portlock, Sustainable Pittsburgh
Steve Malnight, Duquesne Light
CB Bhattacharya, University of Pittsburgh Center for Sustainable Business
Rebecca Lucore, Covestro
Scott Lammie, UPMC Health Plan
Steve Tonsor, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Cara Mercil, Giant Eagle
ADD TO CALENDAR 23-10-2020 23-10-2020 America/Los_Angeles Sustainable Business Breakfast
Partnering with CEO’s for Sustainability and The Allegheny Conference, the 6th Annual Sustainable Business Breakfast continues to have sell-out attendance with industry leaders speaking about business-to-business and business-to-consumer green best practices.
This year, the event will take place at The Fairmont.
It’s easy to say we are going to commit to being a sustainable business, but what does it take to put this commitment into action? This year, Pittsburgh’s leaders in corporate and community sustainability will discuss what it takes to implement sustainable practices and how to connect to global sustainability goals. Local business leaders will talk about ways, both large and small, that they are transforming their companies and communities into shining examples of sustainability.
2020 Panelists:
Moderator: Bill Flanagan, The Allegheny Conference
Joylette Portlock, Sustainable Pittsburgh
Steve Malnight, Duquesne Light
CB Bhattacharya, University of Pittsburgh Center for Sustainable Business
Rebecca Lucore, Covestro
Scott Lammie, UPMC Health Plan
Steve Tonsor, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Cara Mercil, Giant Eagle