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EcoCity Cleveland Journal (1993-2002)

EcoCity Cleveland Journal  (1993-2002)
Before the development of more extensive web-based reporting, our EcoCity Cleveland Journal was the flagship publication and one of the best sources of information about the key issues facing Northeast Ohio — from ecological ways to redevelop cities to smart ways to preserve the countryside.  Find fully searchable archived issues below:

Volume and Year Issues
Volume 8 - 2001/2002 Vol.8 Numbers 10,11,12, Summer 2002
Vol.8 Numbers 8/9, September/October 2001
Vol.8 Numbers 6/7, July/August 2001
Vol.8 Numbers 4/5, May/June 2001
Vol.8 Numbers 2/3, March/April 2001
Vol.8 Number 1, January/February 2001
Volume 7 - 2000 Vol.7 Number 12, January/February 2001
Vol.7 Numbers 10/11, November/December 2000
Vol.7 Numbers 8/9, September/October 2000
Vol.7 Numbers 5/7, Summer 2000
Vol.7 Numbers 3/4, April/May 2000
Vol.7 Numbers 1/2, Winter 1999/2000
Volume 6 - 1998/1999 Vol.6 Numbers 11/12,  Winter 1999/2000
Vol.6 Numbers 9/10, October/November 1999
Vol.6 Number 8, September 1999
Vol.6 Number 7, August 1999
Vol.6 Numbers 4-6, Spring 1999
Vol.6 Numbers 1-3, Winter 1998/1999
Volume 5 - 1997/1998 Vol.5 Numbers 10-12, Fall 1998
Vol.5 Numbers 8/9, Spring 1998
Vol.5 Numbers 6/7, Winter 1997/1998
Vol.5 Numbers 4/5, Fall 1997
Vol.5 Number 3, June 1997
Vol.5 Numbers 1/2, April/May 1997
Volume 4 - 1996/1997 Vol.4 Numbers 11/12, Spring 1997
Vol.4 Number 10, January 1997
Vol.4 Numbers 8/9, November/December 1996
Vol.4 Numbers 6/7, September/October 1996
Vol.4 Numbers 4-5, July/August 1996
Vol.4 Numbers 2/3, May/June 1996
Vol.4 Number 1, April 1996
Volume 3 - 1995/1996 Vol.3 Number 12, March 1996
Vol.3 Number 11, February 1996
Vol.3 Number 10, January 1996
Vol.3 Number 9, December 1995
Vol.3 Number 8, November 1995
Vol.3 Number 7, October 1995
Vol.3 Number 6, September 1995
Vol.3 Numbers 4/5, July/August 1995
Vol.3 Number 3, June 1995
Vol.3 Number 2, May 1995
Vol.3 Number 1, April 1995
Volume 2 - 1994/1995 Vol.2 Number 12, March 1995
Vol.2 Number 11, February 1995
Vol.2 Number 10, January 1995
Vol.2 Number 9, December 1994
Vol.2 Number 8, November 1994
Vol.2 Number 7, October 1994
Vol.2 Number 6, September 1994
Vol.2 Numbers 4/5, July/August 1994
Vol.2 Number 3, June 1994
Vol.2 Number 2, May 1994
Vol.2 Number 1, April 1994
Volume 1 - 1993/1994 Vol.1 Number 12, March 1994
Vol.1 Number 11, February 1994
Vol.1 Number 10, January 1994
Vol.1 Number 9, December 1993
Vol.1 Number 8, November 1993
Vol.1 Number 7, October 1993
Vol.1 Number 6, September 1993
Vol.1 Number 5, August 1993
Vol.1 Number 4, July 1993
Vol.1 Number 3, June 1993
Vol.1 Number 2, May 1993
Vol.1 Number 1, April 1993

This newsletter started out of a concern that no one in the local media was systematically analyzing what is happening to our region. As a result, the fundamental decisions shaping our lives and our environment—decisions about land use, transportation planning, energy use and economic development—were not being adequately debated.
— from the first issue of the EcoCity Cleveland Journal

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