The City of Cleveland - Mayor's Office of Sustainability & Climate Justice invites the general public to submit nominations for the 2023 Black Sustainability Leaders!Read more
Walk n' talk with us during your lunch break 🚶 to learn about all things sustainability!
Do you know what Sustainability means? Join us every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during your lunch break to learn about the sustainability efforts happening in Cleveland like the Rain Garden on the corner of East 9th and Lakeside Avenue and the hybrid and all-electric cars in the Willard garage. For a special event, on April 29th grab your walking shoes and camera to snap your photo for the City Nature Challenge!
Meet us at the front entrance of City Hall at noon.
Register for the Walk n' Talk Sustainability Club to receive route information and other notices.
You may have seen orange, green, and black scooters on sidewalks around town and wondered what they’re for and how to use them. Or maybe you are a UHBikes bikeshare aficionado and are curious about what’s next for bikeshare in Cleveland.Read more
The act of gardening is an ever-evolving learning process. There is always something to tend to, from watering, weeding, or pest management. It can get frustrating at times, especially when a garden is carefully planned with specific plants and some do not survive or plants show up that you don’t want. However, gardening also teaches patience and flexibility and to expect the unexpected.Read more
“For fashion, a circular economy means ensuring that products (apparel, footwear, accessories) are used more, are made to be made again, and are made from safe and recycled or renewable inputs”. - Excerpt taken from Vision for a circular economy for fashion - Ellen MacArthur Foundation (2018)Read more
April is all about our planet’s stewardship, from Earth Day to Arbor Day and now for the first year ever - National Native Plant Month. Many organizations have tree sales and giveaways in April, so this is a perfect time to discuss tree care. There are a few things to be aware of before you just dig a hole and plop a tree into it if you want your planting to truly be successful.Read more