Imagine instead of retiring to a golf community, you had the choice of a small house in a beautiful park located on a reforested lot in Cleveland. Or in a community on a sustainable farm in the Cuyahoga Valley surrounded by forest on all sides. Is it a utopian dream? Or the new American dream?
Blog › Transportation choices
Ask Clevelanders, what is the most important environmental story in the city’s history? Most will tell of the burning river and how it raised a national awareness of the environment. But, there is another important moment in Cleveland history that, like the last fire in 1969, can and perhaps should shape our thinking today.
The TOD Standard bearers at the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP) think they’ve found the answer to how sustainable a development can be. The ITDP, founded in 1985, is a high-powered think tank on “environmentally sustainable and equitable transportation policies and projects worldwide.” Its current board is lead by Enrique Peñalosa, the former mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, and includes...more
First, the good news: The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Agency (GCRTA) reported this week that—polar vortexes aside—2014 saw positive growth in transit riders, totalling 49.25 million. RTA has charted four straight years of growth in a tough economic climate, with the largest increase, a big 6.7%, coming in Paratransit riders who, because of their disabilities, are unable to independently travel...more
Social media feed
- "We need to move on to the worthy debate of what to do"
about #climatechange @MichaelEMann tells @theNAEng @cwru… https://t.co/8WWfQ3J6Ko
about 2 hours ago via Twitter
- “Sea life can keep up with slow sea level rise but will be eliminated—like the campuses of Google, Oracle, Amazon”… https://t.co/E583w8LNp8
about 23 hours ago via Twitter
- “We would be stumped if we couldn’t explain it” the physics involved in #climatechange @MichaelEMann distinguished… https://t.co/wfXib84h07
a day ago via Twitter
10 ways to stay cool and save >
See these tips to beat the heat and save money.
Find local food >
Explore local food resources and a map of farmers markets in Northeast Ohio
Eco-friendly landscapes >
We look inside two local guides to native landscaping and their benefits.