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GCBL staff  |  01/08/08 @ 10:47am

  • Low-mow grass tested by city of Cleveland.
  • What's your consumption factor (and why that matters more than population)? Hint: depends on what part of the world you live in. Calculate your factor here.
  • State Rep. Matt Dolan (R-Geauga County), the sponsor of Ohio's version of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Compact, will speak here about protecting Great Lakes watershed resources.
  • Cleveland's former Tech Czar sets up a roadmap for a tech city, and invites participation in creating a comprehensive plan.
  • Breuer Tower ranks as one of the "Ten Most Bloggiest Places in America."
  • New York City passes micro wind turbine building code.
  • Starting off the New Year with reasons to hope for Northeast Ohio.
  • Dutch tap solar energy from roads to de-ice them, heat buildings.
  • From biomimicry to extreme corporate sustainability: E4S posts podcasts of cool 2007 events.

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