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The Youth Sustainability Leadership Program

The Youth Sustainability Leadership Program (YSLP) is a collaborative effort to engage Cleveland high school students in sustainability and community engagement. YSLP introduces Cleveland youth to the concept of sustainability, and helps identify ways for them to get involved with sustainability ... Read more

Become a Neighborhood Leader

Neighborhood Leadership Development Program Seeks 2016 Applicants     Read more

Mayor's Summer Rain Barrel Program

The Summer Rain Barrel Program is a collaborative program providing City of Cleveland residents with rain barrel systems free of charge.     Read more

Climate Action Grants

The Cleveland Climate Action Fund’s 2016 request for proposals is now open! Have a project idea that would improve Cleveland’s community and the environment? You may be eligible to apply for a grant!  Read more

Announcing our Presenting Sponsor

We are pleased to announce that the Cleveland Foundation is the Presenting Sponsor of Sustainable Cleveland's 8th annual Sustainability Summit. Read more

$40 Million Grant for Offshore Wind

On May 27th, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur announced $40 Million in Department of Energy funding for the Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation (LEEDCo) to develop Project Icebreaker, the first freshwater wind farm.  Read more

Are You Up to the Commuter Choice Challenge?

More than 35 businesses and organizations have joined the Commuter Choice Challenge. Sign up today and engage employees, save money and improve your sustainability. Read more

UH Bikes: Coming Soon!

The first phase of a bike share system will launch in Downtown Cleveland and University Circle in mid-July.  Read more

Snap. Share. Win!

What moves you Cleveland? Bike to work? Carpool with the team to practice? Ride the RTA to concerts or sporting events? Whatever moves you, Sustainable Cleveland wants to see it! Read more

What Would You Spend $1.4 Billion On?

The Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance worked with Cleveland and three other U.S. cities to create infographics showing how much the citizens, businesses and municipal government spend on fossil fuels every year, where it goes and what it could otherwise fund if it were instead invested in the city's... Read more

10 Things to Know . . .

 . . . if you missed the March 16th Sustainable Cleveland Meeting: Read more

41 Buildings Owners are Doing What?!

Building owners, representing 40,000,000 square feet of commercial building space in downtown and University Circle, have committed to reducing water, energy and transportation emissions 50% by the year 2030. If they achieve their goals, Cleveland will have some of the most sustainable buildings ... Read more