We are pleased to share a variety of resources available to learn about sustainability programs and initiatives across the Pitt campus. If you are interested in learning more or getting involved, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every fiscal year, MCSI publishes a comprehensive report which highlights its most recent efforts to catalyze sustainability research, education, and engagement through the Center's programs and partnerships. These reports detail how MCSI has worked to engage students, faculty, and staff in sustainability through its academic programs, research funding, and community outreach efforts.
At Pitt “sustainability” means balancing equity, environment, and economics so current and future generations can thrive. With this in mind, Pitt actively pursues sustainability efforts and initiatives across disciplines, domains, and scales—including pursuing carbon neutrality by 2037. Join the Office of Sustainability as it challenges the status quo to create sustainable solutions, actions, strategies, and opportunities for students, faculty, staff, our campuses, and Western Pennsylvania.
The Pitt Climate Action Plan (PittCAP) details the University's strategy to achieve carbon neutrality by 2037, the 250th anniversary of its founding. Developed through the Carbon Commitment Committee of the Chancellor’s Advisory Council on Sustainability, PittCAP builds on the goals of the Pitt Sustainability Plan while setting a realistic approach on the carbon opportunities and challenges in front of our campus, community, and world.