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Is growth for cities always a good thing?
Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Following the Remaking Cities Congress in Pittsburgh, John Rohe of the Colcom Foundation thinks it's a good time to consider whether growth is always a good thing for cities. Pittsburgh has prospered over the years despite a lack of growth. And is growth consistent with principles of sustainability?
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Empowering Women opens at Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
A new exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Natural History blends the beauty of handmade folk art with the entrepreneurialism of women artisans. From Rwanda to Bolivia, we can learn a lot from these skillful women, such as their grassroots business models, their creative passions and their courage to survive.
TEDx Pittsburgh talk: 2.4 million
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
In this fascinating
talk about the power of post-industrial cities, see why Pittsburgh's 2.4 million population is the same now as it was in the 1950s (and what the difference is); and why our region's water advantage could serve us well in the future. Water could be bigger than oil in 20 years. Watch the video or read the script included here. Just don't miss this one.
5 big ideas for Pittsburgh from emerging leaders
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
What do you get when you gather 300 adults in their 20s and 30s and ask them for their thoughts about Pittsburgh? A YouthQuake, of course. And 500 ideas, ranging from concrete and doable to big and transformative. Here are five of the bunch from just one group and then a few more to ponder.
Deliberative Theater performance: Managing Marcellus
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
If you missed the Managing Marcellus event hosted by Pop City and our partners on July 27th, don't miss this taping of the performance that kicked it off. The Deliberative Theater group uncannily captures our stereotypical views of the players in the Shale, from industry spokespeople to environmentalists. And then breaks them down one by one.
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