City of Pittsburgh, The Heinz Endowments, and the p4 Sustainability Model: People, Planet, Place, and Performance
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
9 am PT / 10 am MT / 11 am CT / 12 pm ET
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The City of Pittsburgh and The Heinz Endowments are spearheading a major effort to forge a new model of urban growth and development that is innovative, inclusive, and sustainable. This model is based around a central, unifying framework — p4: People, Planet, Place, and Performance.
Pittsburgh is among a global community of urban areas in its pursuit of a just and sustainable future. It brings to that effort several advantages such as a growing innovation economy anchored by major research universities, a proven capacity for public-private collaboration, and willing community and political leadership.
The p4 initiative builds upon Pittsburgh’s global relationships with cities, advocates for equity and inclusion, clean technology innovators, universities, and globally renowned architects and planners to create a new sustainable and inclusive approach to urban development, design, building, and employment. Its goal is a world-class city that benefits all its citizens.
Join this webinar to learn how philanthropy is working with cities and other community networks to create more equitable sustainability principles for present and future generations.
Fred Karnas, Senior Fellow, Executive Office, The Kresge Foundation
Matt Baron, Program Officer, Sustainability, The Heinz Endowments
Rebecca Flora, President & CEO, ReMake Group