We have been privileged to work with several public health and city departments to create communications about the Covid-19 crisis our country is facing. Initially, it was frantic calls for donations of PPE, then information about financial resources for those in financial crisis, and finally messages about how to get vaccinated, and reports detailing the crisis response.
Administered by Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA), Philadelphia C-PACE is a financing tool that allows commercial property owners to borrow money for energy efficiency, water conservation, and renewable energy projects.
Living just a few miles away can decrease life expectancy by nearly twenty years. Many Philadelphians live, learn, work, shop, and play in neighborhoods that make good health difficult to achieve. Close to Home: The Health of Philadelphia’s Neighborhoods report and companion website provides comprehensive community health and well-being rankings for neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia. These rankings elucidate which areas of the City are experiencing the poorest outcomes and facilitate targeted public health interventions and planning efforts to reduce health disparities in Philadelphia.
This publication for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health focuses on health outcomes for black men and boys in Philadelphia and also highlights notable Philadelphians who have worked to improve both their own health and the health and circumstances of other black men and boys.
Solarize Philly is a citywide program created by the Philadelphia Energy Authority to help Philadelphians go solar. The program was launched to make the process of installing solar as easy and affordable as possible, while also supporting solar training at the School District of Philadelphia and improving access to clean energy for all neighborhoods.