Making Philadelphia Greener
The Office of Sustainability works with partners around the city to improve quality of life in all Philadelphia neighborhoods, reduce the City’s carbon emissions, and prepare Philadelphia for a hotter, wetter future.
You’re Invited: Greenworks Plan Preview
On Tuesday, August 9, the Office of Sustainability will host an open house for residents and partners to preview the updated Greenworks plan.
You’re Invited: Nature and Climate Tour of Haddington Woods
Join Philadelphia Parks & Recreation's Urban Forestry & Ecosystems Management Division and the Office of Sustainability for a Plant Walk & Climate Change Monitoring Workshop next Thursday, July 14.
The School District Of Philadelphia’s GreenFutures Plan is Here!
The School District of Philadelphia celebrated the release of GreenFutures, the District's first ever sustainability plan with Mayor Kenney, Superintendent Hite, Office of Sustainability Director Christine Knapp, and EPA Region III Administrator Sean Garvin on hand at the Philadelphia Zoo.
Aug7Summer Event Series: Climate Change & Restoration
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Bocce Court parking lot at Daggett and Vine St., Philadelphia, PA 19139
Sep11Summer Event Series: Climate Change & Restoration
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Haddington Woods, Bocce Court parking lot at Daggett and Vine St. 19139
Our office manages the City’s energy benchmarking program, which helps large building owners understand their energy usage and identify opportunities for energy-efficient investment.
The Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council (FPAC) facilitates the development of responsible policies that improve access to culturally appropriate, nutritionally sound, and affordable food.
Greenworks is the City’s comprehensive sustainability plan. In 2016, our office will be updating Greenworks to set new goals and targets for the next eight years and beyond.