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Green jobs corps

Marc Lefkowitz  |  12/13/06 @ 3:54pm

We get at least one call or email a week from someone who's ready to make a career change (or start) in this burgeoning field of sustainability. We always suggest getting your feet wet by attending as many programs and networking events as you can grab from GCBL’s community calendar. And participating in the dialogue here at GreenCityBlueLake by signing...more

Towpath turns the corner

Marc Lefkowitz  |  12/12/06 @ 4:11pm

Bringing the Towpath Trail the last six miles to downtown Cleveland has been an uphill battle. But—like the Cleveland ‘renaissance’ in the 1990s—it took a public-private partnership at Steelyard Commons to spark the first trail built in the city in many years. The 1-mile loop completed at Steelyard this fall gives new hope to those working on filling in the...more

What can I do?

Marc Lefkowitz  |  12/12/06 @ 10:26am

People often ask us to share simple actions they can take right now to help the environment. Here are a few ideas that make sustainability as easy as falling off a log. (If you know of other easy green actions, add your two cents by posting a comment here). 30 billion kilowatt-hours of energy is wasted because many...more


Marc Lefkowitz  |  12/08/06 @ 2:01pm

Just a few interesting tidbits that we picked up in the last week or so. If you've heard something interesting in your travels this week, share it with us. Write a comment to this post.The Cleveland Clinic counts 180 employees who commute to work on their bicycle in a recent survey, according to a participant at the Mayor’s Bike/Ped Advisory...more

Cleveland Public Power considers alternative energy

Marc Lefkowitz  |  12/04/06 @ 1:31pm

When populist Cleveland Mayor Tom L. Johnson formed Cleveland Public Power in 1906—and when voters saved it in 1979—it was for the very type of reason city council is considering today. As one of the state’s 86 muni-owned utilities, CPP is seriously considering its role in creating a market for alternative energy in Northeast Ohio. Much like cities signing the Kyoto...more

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