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Quarterly Meeting

The Pittsburgh Water Collaboratory is hosting a series of quarterly meetings to advance conversations and collaborations among water-related organizations in the Upper Ohio River region. The second event, co-hosted with 3 Rivers Wet Weather, will be October 27th,…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/quarterly-meeting/

Network on Infrastructural Regionalism

The Regional Studies Association’s research Network on Infrastructural Regionalism (NOIR) is convening three online workshops to showcase empirical and conceptual research at the intersection of water governance, infrastructure, and regionalism.

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/network-on-infrastructural-regionalism/

Advocate for you Watershed-WQ Monitoring Webinar

Learn how to advocate for your watershed, from monitoring to local government. For experienced volunteers & interested folks alike. For amateurs and experienced citizen scientists alike, learn about what we measure in water and methods for use in…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/advocate-for-you-watershed-wq-monitoring-webinar/

Real College Survey

Pitt’s Campus Basic Needs Committee is calling for all students to help out by taking the Real College survey by Oct 30th for a chance to win $100!

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/real-college/

The R.W. Moriarty SCIENCE SEMINAR 109: “Ecology and Empire on the Yellow River.”

This presentation introduces Ruth Mostern’s forthcoming book Yu’s Traces: The Imperial and Ecological History of the Yellow River. The book tells a five-thousand-year history of the relationship between people, water, and sediment in the Yellow River basin of North…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/the-r-w-moriarty-science-seminar-109-ecology-and-empire-on-the-yellow-river/

Green Speakeasy: “Responsible Investment for a Sustainable World”

Join us virtually for this semester’s first Green Speakeasy on September 24th from 4-5:30 pm. This session titled “Responsible Investment for a Sustainable World” will feature Tom Croft who is the Executive Director of Steel Valley Authority and…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/events/green-speakeasy/

Pitt Shuttles Switch to Propane, Reducing Carbon Emissions

Starting in July 2020, Pitt’s new shuttles are a state-of-the-art fleet of 20 propane-powered shuttle buses, which help us reach towards carbon reduction goals and improve local air quality.

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/shuttle-propane-switch/

Pittsburgh Collaboratory for Water Research, Education, and Outreach

The Pittsburgh Collaboratory for Water Research, Education and Outreach is a platform for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and training dedicated to applying science-based approaches to resolve local, regional, and global water sustainbility issues. To learn more contact Director Emily…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/pittsburgh-collaboratory-for-water-research-education-and-outreach/

Environmental Law Clinic

Working in the areas of air quality, water quality, oil and gas production, and environmental regulations, the Environmental Law Clinic represents low-income clients in matters ranging from legislative drafting to litigation to client counseling. Students in the clinic…

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/environmental-law-clinic/

Center for Analytical Approaches to Social Innovation

Bridging quantitative social science research and practical social innovation. For more information contact Director Sera Linardi or check out their page on the GSPIA website!        

https://www.sustainable.pitt.edu/center-for-analytical-approaches-to-social-innovation/