November 6-9, 2018
Carnegie Science Center
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Why is Pittsburgh one of America’s greenest cities?
In this presentation, you’ll learn about Hazelwood Green, a former steel-mill site and the last urban brownfield in the City of Pittsburgh. Now, the 178-acre site has the potential to be a world-class model for sustainable development, with a sitewide goal of net positive energy. Hazelwood Green’s current inhabitant is the Uber test track, with construction underway to house Carnegie Mellon University’s Manufacturing Futures Initiative and the Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Institute. This innovation will spread to the surrounding area, where developers will prioritize LEED for Neighborhood Development objectives, including a Complete Street approach to accommodate cars, cyclists, and pedestrians. The expected future for this site will provide economic opportunities for all and serve as a regenerative steward of its unique natural assets.
Presented byRebecca L. Flora, Almono LLC Authorized Agent and Hazelwood Green Project Director, President & CEO of ReMake Group; and Katrina Flora, Hazelwood Green Special Projects Manager, Associate Planner, ReMake Group
Science and technology topics include:
Environment, city planning, sustainability, and careers
Program Capacity: 140Program Dates & Times
Nov. 7, 2018 – 10 am, 11 am
Do it – competition, volunteer, games, make it, lesson plan
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US EPA: Environmental Modeling 101
In the News
https://triblive.com/local/allegheny/12828145-74/pittsburghs-last-major-steel-mill-property-renamed-hazelwood-green The naming of Hazelwood Green
3-5-ETS1-1,2; MS-PS4-3; MS-LS1-1,3,8; MS-LS2-1,2,5; MS-ETS1-1
HS-PS1-6; HS-PS2-3; HS-PS3-3; HS-PS4-5; HS-LS1-1,3; HS-LS2-7; HS-LS3-1; HS-LS4-6; HS-ESS3-2,4; HS-ETS1-1,3,4
Anchors S8.A.1.2.1; S8.A.2.2.3; S8.B.2.2; S8.C.1.1
Standards 3.3.7 B; 3.4.7 A; 3.6.7 A; 3.8.7 B; 3.8 C
Anchors S11.A.2.2.2; S11.B.1.1.3; S11.B.2.2.1; S11.C.1.1.2
Standards 3.3.10 B; 3.3.12 B; 3.4.10 A; 3.4.12 A; 3.6.10 A; 3.6.12 A; 3.10.8 B; 3.12.8 B; 3.3.10 C; 3.12.C