This was another eventful year in sustainability in Northeast Ohio. We worked hard to bring you all of the news. Here are some of the highlights from the year (add a comment below on what you think was the most significant development in the region).
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What are you thinking about on Earth Day? Read on if you want to take action for a clean, healthy planet.
Walkable cities, says Jeff Speck, trump ‘drivable sub-urbanism’ in delivering economic, health and environmental benefit.
Like the economy and our planetary health, 2012 was progress made in baby steps. Improvements happened, but some big dreams were deferred. The lesson learned is we all need to step it up a notch if true transformational change is what we want.
An emergent theme at SXSW Eco is connectivity, that we are all part of a web of life. “Shape of Green” author Lance Hosey touched on this during his keynote. He said deep satisfaction derives from certain shapes, colors and patterns. He gave plenty of examples from his field research and work as an architect: The fractal patterns of tree...more
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- Our interview w/@GCRTA Chief Joe Calabrese on #Ohio #transit funding crisis includes our top 5 recommendations on w… https://t.co/YItLMLkmGa
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- "What climate change could mean for mammals? They could relocate. They could adapt. Or they could become extinct" O… https://t.co/hyZLd2CKcS
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Your location can cost or save >
See if your neighborhood is costing or saving you more than the average
Eco-friendly landscapes >
We look inside two local guides to native landscaping and their benefits.
10 best ecological restoration >
Cities are healthier as a whole when nature is invited in.