Transparency is being used to describe Cleveland’s efforts to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as it moves to forestall the worst impacts of climate change.
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We’re thinking about what true sustainability will be like in Northeast Ohio—and what needs to happen in 2015 to bring it into greater focus. As always, we plan to bring you coverage of these and other important stories in the coming year. What are your recommendations for the local stories to watch in 2015? Post a comment below with your ideas.
When thinking back on 2014, what are the high and low points that stand out for Northeast Ohio? We look back and mine our coverage of sustainability activities in 2014 to present this list of the 36 most notable moments. (Let us know if we missed any).
You’ve heard of “too big to fail.” Well, Kathy Matthews, program director of the Enterprise Community Partners’ Nurture an Idea Award says the second annual $30,000 prize package is a way of giving small non-profits who “can’t afford to fail” a shot at innovation. “They may be risk averse,” says Matthews. “We don’t ask if they have other funding; we’re angel...
Cleveland is at an interesting point in its re-development as a city. Downtown appears to be in hyperdrive—with near-zero vacancy in living space and a continued push to build big projects. The Republican Party in 2016 is setting an artificial deadline to “finish” downtown, but their arrival seems vastly less important in the modern Cleveland narrative than another date—2019—the 50th...
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- Looking for something to do on EarthDay? How about eliminating all the litter in #CLE https://t.co/FTH5APmGVi
a day ago via Twitter
- Looking forward to tonight’s 2nd part to the 2018 Race, Food & Justice Conference. https://t.co/Zv7adZqtfO
a day ago via Twitter
- “The long-term imbalance is due to the auto-oriented, spread out nature of our development pattern” https://t.co/XNfahkEnVk
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