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Search for upcoming sustainability events, tours, lectures, sales, films, and celebrations, at the University of Pittsburgh and around the city!

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SOOS First Thursdays
September 3rd
Violence on the Rise: The Troubled Relationship between COVID-19 and Domestic Violence
September 9th
The R.W. Moriarty SCIENCE SEMINAR 109: “Ecology and Empire on the Yellow River.”
September 14th
Hugh Lane Training: Supporting Transgender and Non-Binary Community Member
September 18th
Bike to Campus Week: How to Buy a Bike
September 21st
Bike to Campus Week: Healthy Ride at Pitt
September 21st
Bike to Campus Week: E-Bike 101
September 21st
“Will Race Always Matter?” Presented by: Dr. Larry Davis
September 22nd
Advocate for you Watershed-WQ Monitoring Webinar
September 22nd
Bike to Campus Week: Traffic Skills Tuesday Morning Session
September 22nd
Bike to Campus Week: Traffic Skills Tuesday Afternoon Session
September 22nd
Water Quality Monitoring Basics Webinar
September 22nd
Bike to Campus Week: Dress for Success
September 23rd
Bike to Campus Week: Accessorize Your Ride
September 23rd
Bike to Campus Week: General Questions
September 24th
Bike to Campus Week: Bike Pitt: Panthers Pedal
September 24th
Green Speakeasy: “Responsible Investment for a Sustainable World”
September 24th
Bike to Campus Week: Planning a Route
September 25th
Bike to Campus Week: Access the Trails
September 25th
Bike to Campus Week: Group Rides
September 25th
Graduate Seminar: “Process-Inventory Databases for Environmental Assessments”
September 25th
Traveling Glass Bin – Findlay Township
September 26th-27th 2020
Black Study Intensive: Opening talk by Yale scholar Emily Greenwood titled, “Overthrowing Deadly Metaphors”
September 28th
Black Study Intensive: Public reading and conversation: Dionne Brand and Harryette Mullen, moderated by Emily Greenwood
September 28th
WATER Discussion Series: Responding to the Water-Energy Nexus Challenge: NETL’s Comprehensive, Integrated Research & Development (R&D) Program
September 28th
The Annual Rubash Distinguished Lecture Series: The Legal and Social Ramifications of America’s Racial Pandemic
September 29th
Black Study Intensive: Performance, readings and conversation with Saidiya Hartman, Jerome Ellis and Erica Hunt (participant moderator)
September 29th
Black Study Intensive: Poetry reading, photography and conversation with Aracelis Girmay and Zun Lee
September 30th
Abolitionist Teaching and Research Session
September 30th
A Green & Equitable Recovery in the Ohio Valley
October 1st
SOOS First Thursdays
October 1st
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
CCRUN October Seminar – Local and Regional Collaborations for Climate Resilience: Lessons for Philadelphia from Boston, Pittsburgh and NYC
October 7th
The State of Environmental Justice in Pennsylvania
October 14th
Halfway to Earth Day: Ecolution Fashion Show at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Music Hall
October 21st
Halfway to Earth Day: Sustainable Business Breakfast at Fairmont Pittsburgh
October 23rd
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
SOOS First Thursdays
November 1st
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd