What is climate change doing to the water levels in the Great Lakes? Setting up a roller-coaster pattern of highs and lows. Lakes Michigan and Huron sunk while Erie was higher than normal this year, The International Joint Commission reports. Expect an unpredictable future, IJC adds.
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What is Cincinnati grasping about the path to urban revitalization that could inform Cleveland efforts? Similar population loss (40% since 1950) sapped much of the vitality, but not the strong urban character of the Queen City.
Baby steps might be the only way to turn around America’s legacy cities like Cleveland, a new Lincoln Institute of Land Policy report suggests.
Just released data this week looks at the broad impact of Northeast Ohio continuing its pattern of outmigration, and compares it to a new direction: Reinvesting in "legacy cities" while connecting destinations with greener forms of transportation. The Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium (NEOSCC) Scenario Planning offers a peek and a chance to speak up about Northeast Ohio's future. It's...
A round up of news including: The multi-modal case for Opportunity Corridor is dealt a blow; five innovative mayors and what sets them apart; and choice time for the region's sustainability initiative.
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