The Renewable Energy & Green Infrastructure Group has been hard at work imagining ways that their community can be more energy-efficient and improve their overall sustainability initiatives. This group has been focusing on two separate, but equally important projects as well as a discussion about how plant-based diets have a lower carbon emission profile.
The first project proposed by the group is the ambitious idea to re-imagine the Monroeville Mall. This would include introducing renewable energy systems, retrofitting techniques that exhibit green infrastructure, and promoting the inclusion of sustainable businesses inside of the mall.
The next project that the group has been focusing on is The Goddess Nest. The Goddess Nest is a house that was renovated as a community space and is located in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Its membership program offers a family-like co-working, healing, and growing space. They are promoters of sustainable community development projects that include the building of a community garden and utilizing sustainable retrofitting techniques.
Learn more about the Reimagine TCWAC effort by visiting the Reimagine TCWAC page on Facebook or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This webpage is hosted by Promote PT. To visit other pages on Promote PT's website, click on the button below.