To kickoff 2022, our team wanted to share our top media recommendations for the new year. From podcasts to films to books, this list ranges from work-related topics to guilty pleasures -- anything that helped us cope or inspired us during the past year was fair game.
The Murdoch Building at Forbes and Coltart is the first commercial office space to be newly built in Oakland in nearly a decade. Certified as LEED Gold for Core and Shell, the building provides a high-quality workplace through an energy-efficient building envelope, efficient and controllable HVAC and lighting systems, and indoor air quality management.
Located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Central Oakland neighborhood, the Bridge on Forbes fills a gap in the local student housing market. The LEED Gold building provides furnished student apartments in a dense corridor with a walkable setting.
Released every three years, the recent debut of Pennsylvania's Climate Action Plan 2021 is taking even bolder steps for the Commonwealth to realize a sustainable future. See the front-page headline and access the report here.
The Etna EcoDistrict is building on the successes and methods of neighboring ecodistricts and participating in the Triboro Ecodistrict. evolveEA designed a full year community education curriculum that explores key ecodistrict concepts of Water, Food, Energy, Air, Mobility, and Equity.
Like many post-industrial communities, the Larimer neighborhood has seen massive amounts of disinvestment in its residents, organizations and infrastructure. In collaboration with the community, evolveEA articulated a “living cities” vision that examined ways that energy independence, net zero water use, and localized food economies could make the existing community more resilient and attract and sustain equitable development.
We were curious how our carbon emissions during the COVID pandemic compared to previous years, so we dug into the details. Discover our methodology, analysis, and takeaways as we learned about our impact and use this new data to navigate the changing landscape of a hybrid workforce.
The Sharpsburg Ecodistrict is now EcoDistricts Certified, joining Millvale and Etna to become the third community in the world to attain this certification! Certified EcoDistricts prioritize Climate Protection, Resilience, and Equity.
The Etna EcoDistrict Plan continues to attract recognition from planning and design associations like the American Planning Association and American Institute of Architects, and has won a Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence.