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Sustainability initiatives[edit]

  • Imagine Millvale
  • Penn Future, Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future. Penn Future is a statewide public interest membership organization founded in 1998 with offices in Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Wilkes-Barre. The organization's activities include litigating cases before regulatory bodies and in local, state, and federal courts; advocating and advancing legislative action on a state and federal level; public education; and assisting citizens in public advocacy. [1]
  • Pennsylvania Environmental Council
  • Sustainable Pittsburgh
  • Transition Town Media

Campaigns[edit]

Green Justice Philly, new coalition to protect Philadelphians’ health and safety from the city’s fossil fuel industry, and to create a sustainable 21st century economy that will support clean air and water and healthy communities. [2]

Initiatives by topic[edit]

Biodiversity[edit]

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources - Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program

Cycling activism[edit]

Community energy[edit]

Wikipedia: Solar power in Pennsylvania, Wind power in Pennsylvania

Community involvement[edit]

SeeClickFix, community issues in Philadelphia

Imagine Philadelphia: Laying the Foundation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) on Participedia

Food activism[edit]

Open spaces[edit]

Centennial Commons

Civic Commons

Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

Sustainable transport activism[edit]

Wikipedia: Hiking trails in Pennsylvania (category), Philadelphia:Pedestrians and bicycling

Towards sustainable economies[edit]

Lehigh Valley

The Mutual Aid Network of the Lehigh Valley addresses the social determinants of health of communities' most vulnerable members, including formerly incarcerated people, juveniles aging out of the foster care system, homeless populations, individuals recovering from addiction, and newly settled refugees. This project address tackles these issues by tackling social isolation, one of the key factors that contributes to poor life and health outcomes. [3]

News and comment[edit]

2017

Civic Commons: Spreading opportunity to the whole city, Jul 10 [4]

Can parks save Philadelphia? Feb 21 [5]

2016

From isolation to interdependence: How Reimagining the Civic Commons is connecting Philadelphia, Nov 8 [6]

City releases reworked sustainability agenda calling on all Philadelphians to participate, Nov 2 [7]

Pittsburgh is using 10 goats and their donkey guardian to cut unruly grass, March 10 [8]

2015

Tracks from railroads’ past seen as path to future, August 16 [9]

University of Pittsburgh students plan urban ag law firm, May 17 [10]

Transition Reflections: Joni Carley, Happiness Maker, April 9 [11]

2014

Transition Town Media opens a FreeStore in Media, May 1 [12]

2013

The New Philadelphia Story Is About Green Infrastructure, December 18 [13]

Resources[edit]

Citizens data initiative[edit]

Energy Data & Statistics for Pennsylvania

Community resources[edit]

Millvale Community Library

Maps[edit]

Grounded in Philly, "facilitates the transitioning of vacant land into community-controlled green spaces, gardens and gathering places."

Lots to Love, "a guide for community organizations and residents who are interested in transforming vacant lots into well-loved spaces." Strengthening and greening the Pittsburgh region.

Video[edit]

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Pennsylvania

External links[edit]


References

This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. Penn Future
  2. greenjusticephilly.org, press release, October 14, 2015
  3. Shareable
  4. cnu.org
  5. civiccommons.us
  6. @knightfdn
  7. PlanPhilly
  8. Mashable
  9. philly.com
  10. seedstock.com
  11. Transition Town Media
  12. Transition Town Media
  13. The Dirt


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