With the release this week of the draft Cleveland Climate Action Plan, we sat down with Cleveland Sustainability Chief Jenita McGowan and director of the Office of Sustainability Matt Gray to talk about how the CAP will guide the city and its residents in its sustainability initiatives.
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One of our society’s sacred cows is “growth.” But two recent studies—one focused on economic development and the other focused on regional land use patterns—raise questions about the quality and costs of growth in Northeast Ohio.
I went to see the next wave of suburban sprawl in Northeast Ohio over the weekend.
The “metro century” has begun—will someone please tell Northeast Ohio.
When Fleet Avenue in Slavic Village is scraped down to its original red brick, and reconstructed this fall it will be Cleveland’s first project under its 2011 Green and Complete Streets law. The $7.7 million rebuild includes bike lanes from the I-77 overpass to Broadway, and a $1 million ‘green infrastructure’ project paid for by the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer...
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