Pitt Professional Development in Sustainability

The Sustainability Professional Certificate Program is designed to reinforce the University’s commitment to sustainability with a series of workshops open to all employees. The workshops address individual behaviors, University programs, and national and global trends that impact individual, organizational, and national efforts to become more sustainable (balancing equity, environment, and economics).

Pitt Facilities’ Scott Bernotas Named to E+E 100

As head of Pitt Facilities, Scott Bernotas’s commitment to sustainability landed him on Environment + Energy Leader’s list of 100 professionals making a difference.

2020 Pitt Green Resident & Green Floor Results

We’re celebrating 335 Pitt Green Residents and 1 Green Floor in 2020!

Dr. Eric Beckman Named National Academy of Inventors Fellow

MCSI Co-Director Dr. Eric Beckman has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Internships with the Office of Sustainability

Pitt Sustainability is seeking interns for the upcoming Spring 2021 semester!

2021 John C. Mascaro Faculty Programs in Sustainability

The John C. Mascaro Faculty program is designed to enhance the University’s mission of interdisciplinary excellence in sustainability research and education. Faculty members from ALL disciplines across ALL campuses of the University of Pittsburgh are encouraged to apply.

Pitt CSB: Marshall Plan for Middle America Roadmap

Released in November 2020, the Marshall Plan for Middle America envisions a strategy for tackling the concurrent challenges of climate change, social and environmental injustice, and the economic crisis.

Pitt GHG Inventory for Fiscal Year 2019

As Pitt actively works towards carbon neutrality by 2037, the University’s 5th greenhouse gas emissions inventory (for fiscal year 2019) indicates Pitt has already reduced GHG emissions by 21.2%.

Pitt Nitrogen Inventory for Fiscal Year 2019

Learn about Pitt’s first nitrogen footprint, calculated for FY19.

PS 1555: Transforming Cities: Cities & Sustainability

This weekend mini-course will bring together the expertise of faculty from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, as well as practitioners toprovide a multi-disciplinary approach to the interconnections between health and sustainability, the role cities can…