“Reuse” is one of the main initiatives of sustainability. By recreating infrastructure instead of destroying it, a great amount of energy and resources can be saved.
by Diane Husic Recently, I took refuge from work to visit the former site of Bethlehem Steel. This may seem like a strange place for a retreat, but when your work involves ecological restoration of contaminated sites and adaptation to … more
Climate and Sustainability Commitment (As adopted by the Bethlehem Area School District, 28 April 2014) “Changes to Pennsylvania’s climate are happening now. While there is uncertainty as to the extent and timing of these impacts, it is undeniable that action … more
Use the comments feature on this page to add your thoughts on Envision LV’s draft report on the plan for Allentown—whether it’s a response to what they included or something you think needs to be added. If you haven’t yet … more
Thank you to the Alliance for Sustainable Communities for the opportunity to share The Neuweiler Arts Center Project concept at the Environmental Summit. We are thrilled to tell you about this initiative and to propose ideas for how the community … more
by Silas Chamberlin Most of us probably support the creation and protection of trails because they provide opportunities for healthy recreation, simple, sustainable transportation, and are aesthetically pleasing. Unfortunately, not everyone does. There is, however, a more pragmatic justification for … more