May is the perfect month to take your lunch to a park bench and admire the city.
At a recent meeting focused on raising the bar for transit-oriented development (TOD) in Greater Cleveland, good suggestions were made to improve conditions around transit stations for development.
This week, we take a second look at the Center for Neighborhood Technology’s 2011 “Broadening Urban Investment to Leverage Transit (BUILT) in Ohio” report. In it, CNT explains how Greater Cleveland over build its infrastructure, which led to across-the-board vulnerabilities during the Recession. CNT’s plan, which still holds, is to kick start the moribund real estate market by turning from expansion...
The appeal of Eric Sanderson’s book Terra Nova is how he peels back the layers of a brave new world “After Oil, Cars and Suburbs.”
Cleveland ranks among the worst 10 cities in the nation in the energy cost burden on low-income and minority households. Energy efficiency can help reduce this disproportionate burden and put more dollars into the local economy.
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- Ohio starts the long climb from the (near) bottom for transit funding. https://t.co/5jP3dRfNbJ
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- Sign at CLE airport. Not the best sustainability message to greet visitors... https://t.co/2O1nt8BNiD
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- New study reveals large energy cost burden for low-income households in Cleveland: https://t.co/Nw5dHOYw9o
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