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Choices in Your Neighborhood

Access to resources and sustainable choices in a neighborhood contribute to climate change. Participants see how their neighborhood’s choices stack up to others across Pittsburgh.

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Topics

  • Built Infrastructure
  • Ecology
  • Energy Use
  • Food
  • Land Use
  • Transportation
  • Water

Documents

How to Get this Kit

If you would like to borrow a CUSP climate change education kit, contact Pat McShea at McSheaP@CarnegieMNH.org. Please make requests at least one week in advance. Loans may be scheduled up to two months in advance.

Big Questions

How does your neighborhood’s energy choices compare to others near you?

User Reviews

Share how you used this kit with the CUSP team! Email us at LyonM@CarnegieMNH.org.

Learn More

Learn more about neighborhood innovation at GTECH