Cuyahoga County and Cleveland are simultaneously working on Climate Action Plans. They hired the same firm to measure where carbon emissions are generated. For Cleveland, Industry and Air Travel is concerning. For Cuyahoga County, individual transportation outpaced all others, including power plants, which have lowered their carbon emissions. We should encourage city and county to adopt sweeping change based on...
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Here are some of the most important sustainability stories that are emerging thus far in 2019. If you know of another important sustainability story, please share it in the Comments section.
We hope you enjoy this year in review! It's been a pleasure bringing it to you.
In a nod to Throwback Thursday, GCBL revisits a post from two years ago that looks at who has the smallest and largest carbon footprints in Cuyahoga County by ZIP Code?
Looking back over a decade of exploring what makes Cleveland into a green city on a blue lake, we compiled these “greatest hits” — a curated list of the GreenCityBlueLake blog — which we launched in 2006. Conversations advanced and milestones reached, now and then, Cleveland is figuring out how sustainability spreads opportunity.
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- Extinction is not failure @goCMNH curator Gavin Svenson tells @UH_Ventures #Biomimicry for Healthcare. We have a we? https://t.co/PFWU90Wt1c
about 4 hours ago via Twitter
- Wait, did we just read that Greater Cleveland?s Transportation agency @NOACA_MPO is going to listen to a ?flying ca? https://t.co/asTVU5FU1f
6 days ago via Twitter
- Blame the mess that is recycling on those who have the power to offer real solutions. https://t.co/nnTj27CqpF
7 days ago via Twitter
Eco-friendly landscapes >
We look inside two local guides to native landscaping and their benefits.
Your location can cost or save >
See if your neighborhood is costing or saving you more than the average
Ten water saving tips >
We're at the shore of Lake Erie, but we still have good reasons to conserve