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About the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
In Mayor Michael Nutter’s January 2008 inaugural address, he pledged to make Philadelphia the number one green city in America. To make good on his pledge, he created the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability.

The Mayor’s Office of Sustainability spent a year researching municipal sustainability, talking with residents, and drafting Greenworks Philadelphia. The ambitious plan sets 15 sustainability targets in the areas of energy, environment, equity, economy, and engagement to make Philadelphia the greenest city in America by 2015.

Greenworks Philadelphia was released in spring of 2009, and in the first year of implementation the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability and our partners made great strides toward making Philadelphia more sustainable. In May of 2010, we were pleased to present our first annual progress report. Please check back for continued updates on our work.

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Staff Contacts

Office of Sustainability

Hannah Chatterjee
Food Policy Advisory Council Manager
Phone: 215-683-5736

Richard Freeh
City Energy Project Manager
Phone: 215-686-4418

Katherine Gajewski

Rupal Prasad
Building Performance Program Associate
Phone: 215-683-3527

Andrew Sharp
Deputy Director for Policy
Phone: 215-686-4472

Sarah Wu
Deputy Director for Planning
Phone: 215-686-3649

Energy Office

Adam Agalloco
Energy Manager
Phone: 215-686-4460

Amanda Byrne
Energy Analyst
Phone: 215-683-3565

Mardi Ditze
Energy Analyst
Phone: 215-683-1797

Contact Information

Mayor's Office of Sustainability
One Parkway Building
1515 Arch Street, 13th Floor
Philadelphia, PA. 19102

Phone: 215.686.3495

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