This blog will help guide you in making homemade, all-natural house cleaning products that will provide a safer environment for you and your families.Read more
We know many of you are concerned about recycling in Cleveland, so we want to take a minute to share how we got where we are, and where we are going next.Read more
We are excited to announce that the City of Cleveland has installed its first dedicated electric vehicle (EV) charging station for fleet vehicles!
The dedication ceremony was held at the Willard Parking Garage in September 2018, where city staff shared more details about the charging station and what it means for Cleveland.Read more
Lake Erie supplies the water we drink. No matter where you live, your life depends on water. Year after year, trash enters our waterways, choking economies, harming wildlife and impacting the health of humans and communities.
Fortunately, this is one environmental issue we can all address. By picking up what’s out there and changing the behaviors that allow trash into the water in the first place, we can support the vision of a trash free Lake. Clean water has so many benefits, from healthy wildlife to strong economies.Read more
The Cleveland Climate Action Plan Racial Equity Tool can be used prior to making decisions related to policy, planning, programming, and budgeting within city government and other institutions looking to advance racial equity and shared prosperity. This blog explains how it was developed and used and how it might be able to help other organizations.
Now in its 10th year, the 2018 Sustainable Cleveland Summit will take place September 20-21 at Cleveland Public Auditorium. We need the Sustainable Cleveland community to help finish strong in 2019 and begin preparing for what comes next. By bringing together more than 500 sustainability leaders, the Summit provides an opportunity for all of us to work across sectors to strengthen initiatives, foster collaboration, and learn about recent innovations.
REGISTER HERE by September 3rd before prices go up
When my teacher first told me about the YSLP program last fall I was immediately interested. I was already planning to attend the Sustainability Summit and wanted to continue getting involved in the sustainability initiatives in Cleveland.