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The best place to tackle climate change

Marc Lefkowitz  |  03/10/15 @ 2:00pm  |  Posted in Climate

Where is the best place to focus on climate change mitigation? Decorated futurist and author Herbert Girardet boils it down to this: We need to start living in sustainable cities where 60% of us will be in 2030.

<br />Images from Herbert Girardet's Creating Regenerative Cities presentation.

Making climate change a moral issue: A Midwest faith letter to support carbon pollution rules

David Beach  |  05/14/14 @ 2:00pm  |  Posted in Clean energy, Climate

Religious congregations are increasingly placing carbon pollution in a moral context. They are seeing how climate change exacerbates issues on which faith communities are already working — issues such as hunger, clean water, disaster relief, refugee services, and conflict resolution.

Big emissions source<br />Proposed EPA rules to reduce carbon pollution from coal-burning power plants will be a major step toward cleaner air and the reduction of risks from climate change.

Proving that bike lanes mean business, and University Circle's greater now than five years ago

Marc Lefkowitz  |  01/21/14 @ 12:00pm  |  Posted in Climate, Transportation choices

A round up of news and views on sustainability in Northeast Ohio for Tuesday, January 21, 2014.

Good for business<br />A buffered green bike lane on San Francisco's Market Street attracted 115% more riders. Image from People for Bikes.Missing link?<br />How can University Circle improve its transit connectivity?

Michael Mann: Will climate change have its "Cuyahoga River moment"?

Marc Lefkowitz  |  01/16/14 @ 2:00pm  |  Posted in Climate

When News Corp. and “the hottest” Senators are subpoenaing your emails, you know you’re doing something right as a climate scientist.

Climate Scientist Michael E. Mann<br />

South Euclid again stays ahead of vacant properties, plus, wetlands grew at the edge of Lake Erie

Marc Lefkowitz  |  01/14/14 @ 3:00pm  |  Posted in Climate, Vibrant cities, Home renovation, Plants & animals

A round-up of sustainability stories and opportunities for January 14, 2014.

Greening the suburbs<br />One of seven home rehabs that the city of South Euclid used  federal funds to bring back on the market.Wetlands watchers<br />Wetlands at Old Woman Creek in Lake Erie's west basin.

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