PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia is on the forefront of innovative strategies to lessen the impacts of climate change in our city and improve our quality of life. CUSP connects residents to these initiatives and shows how, together, neighborhoods can make a real difference.
New York CityNew York City is the largest city in the United States and one of the most diverse places in the world. By utilizing this tremendous diversity and harnessing the power of digital technology, CUSP helps New Yorkers see that together, we can respond to climate change in ways that strengthen our city and improve our lives.
Founded in 1758 where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers meet to form the Ohio, Pittsburgh is known for its bridges and steel, its steep hillsides and cultural institutions, and its leadership in seeking a sustainable future. CUSP engages residents in learning how their interests are part of a larger city system impacted by climate change.
DCWashington, D.C. is the nation's capital. A destination for visitors from around the country and the world, DC has plans to become the healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the next 20 years. CUSP provides resources to help professionals in the greater Metropolitan area learn about climate change.
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The CUSP model focuses on connecting urban residents’ personal interests to larger city systems impacted by climate change, and providing residents with opportunities to explore city-wide responses.