The Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification, a project of the Pennsylvania Municipal League and Sustainable Pittsburgh, is a voluntary performance recognition program designed to help municipalities achieve sustainability goals, which in turn will allow them to save money, conserve resources, and encourage innovation. The program is intended to bring recognition to municipalities that are applying the policy and practice of sustainability; municipalities that incorporate sustainable practices into their operations also foster community prosperity. The program provides communities with an online structure and performance platform for recognition as they adopt sustainable policies and practices.
Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Associate level – is free and strictly voluntary. The program helps municipalities progress from whatever their municipal practices are or have been in the past toward achieving a Sustainable future.
League Executive Director Rick Schuettler with Comcast Newsmakers on Sustainable PA
2022 Fall Sustainability Conference Presentations
- The Economics of Solar Energy Projects
- A Blueprint for Success: The Renaissance of Pittston
- PA DEP’s Shared Energy Manager & CAPstone
- City of Easton Climate Action and Shared Energy Manager
- Big Opportunities for Sustainability: Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Inflation Reduction Act
- Building Communities that Thrive