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Hunger and Housing Simulation

Explore the complex dynamics between identity, income, and access to basic necessities like food and housing through this interactive simulation and discussion. CW: Poverty, hunger, housing insecurity and homelessness Register for the Hunger and Housing Simulation at 11am: https://pitt.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEuduugrD4rGNHypYMl1IBIzQYx62FpSmsx…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/hunger-and-housing-simulation/

Green Speakeasy: Earth Month Teach-In

Join us for the Green Speakeasy Earth Month Teach-In: Leveraging Research to Inform Calls to Action.

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/green-speakeasy-earth-month-teach-in/

Green Speakeasy: Earth Month Teach-in

Join us for the last Green Speakeasy event of the semester, Earth Month Teach-In: Leveraging Research to Inform Calls to Action. Tune in to hear 7 influential women who are advancing sustainability by discovering connections and building opportunities toward…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/green-speakeasy-earth-month-teach-in/

Environmental Justice in Pennsylvania Summit

The Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC), City of Harrisburg Environmental Advisory Committee, and Harrisburg University of Science and Technology are hosting an Environmental Justice in Pennsylvania Summit (EJ in PA) event on April 6, 2021.  This Summit is a virtual,…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/environmental-justice-in-pennsylvania-summit/

Inspire Speakers: Mobility, Health and Justice

Green Building Alliance’s Inspire Speakers Series presents Mobility, Health, and Justice in the Clean Transportation Revolution How can electric vehicle innovations and the advancement of our mobility systems contribute to healthy, thriving, and equitable communities? Where do air…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/inspire-speakers-mobility-health-and-justice/

Climate Clash: Ecological Activism in Russia

Like elsewhere, there’s a growing environmental movement in Russia. Activists are not only concerned about the larger issues like climate change, but local ones—the preservation and development of ecologically sustainable urban and rural space, industrial waste and carbon…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/climate-clash-ecological-activism-in-russia/

The Challenges of Expanding Water Access Protections During and Post Pandemic in Pittsburgh

Dr. Marcela González Rivas, Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, focuses on sustainable water policy, equity, and water governance. Through her research, she addresses how uneven access to water varies across communities and regions, and how planning can…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/the-challenges-of-expanding-water-access-protections-during-and-post-pandemic-in-pittsburgh/

3R Consulting Seminar

Join us for a Company Presentation by 3R Consulting – a Pittsburgh based, woman-owned consulting firm that provides corporate responsibility and built environment consulting services to committed businesses, corporations, architects, engineers, developers & owners.   Speakers Lindsey Mifsud:…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/3r-consulting-seminar/

ROCIS and Pittsburgh’s Air Quality

Do you ever wonder about your indoor air quality? Join us for a presentation from ROCIS to learn about Pittsburgh air quality, opportunities for improvement, and ways to get involved.  ROCIS launched their Low Cost Monitoring Project 5…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/rocis-and-pittsburghs-air-quality/

Black Babies Matter: Physician-Patient Race Matches and Disparities in Birthing Mortality for Newborns

Join us for this lecture and discussion with Dr. Rachel Hardeman, the Blue Cross Endowed Professor of Health and Racial Equity at the University of Minnesota, as she presents groundbreaking research on the power of Black doctor-patient matches…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/black-babies-matter-physician-patient-race-matches-and-disparities-in-birthing-mortality-for-newborns/