The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) premiered its season two episodes of the Better Climate Challenge Roadshow! Visiting Cleveland, Ohio, the show features the City of Cleveland Mayor Bibb administration and leading local partners, Cleveland Clinic, and Cleveland-Cliffs, showcasing their emissions reduction efforts.
In our episode, the DOE's Better Climate Challenge team is on a mission, dispatching energy experts to witness Cleveland's groundbreaking strides in greenhouse gas emission reduction. The spotlight is on iconic locations – from the bustling Westside Market to the city’s Kennel and the Frederick Douglass Recreation Center. The episode provides an exclusive look into Cleveland’s innovative operations to cut emissions to 50% by 2030.
At the heart of Cleveland’s sustainability journey is the visionary leadership of Mayor Justin M. Bibb. Under his administration, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability is the driving force to creating a more sustainable and livable city for residents and our neighborhoods. In collaboration with our partners, the City is actively investing in a decarbonized future. This entails the adoption of green building practices, including retrofitting of existing structures and implementing sustainable design practices in new constructions.
On our journey, local energy experts document the City’s groundbreaking efforts in greenhouse emission reductions. The Better Climate Challenge Roadshow offers a glimpse into the innovative strides, community-driven endeavors, and visionary leadership propelling Cleveland towards a decarbonized and greener future.
The Better Climate Challenge Roadshow gives viewers firsthand knowledge of the transformative commitment to environmental responsibility while shining a spotlight on the ambitious goals and initiatives to decarbonize and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 50% by 2030. Cleveland's participation in the Better Climate Challenge serves as a beacon of hope in the global fight against climate change.
Viewers can look forward to witnessing a city in action, embracing change, and contributing to a better, greener future.