Working Groups are comprised of individuals and organizations working together throughout the year on projects, programs, and policies that are making Cleveland more sustainable.
Sustainable Cleveland Working Groups are one outcome of past Sustainable Cleveland Summits. Working groups are community-based and volunteer-led groups that meet throughout the year to move their sustainability goals forward.
Some Sustainable Cleveland success stories include working groups formed during a Summit that have taken their passion for a particular sustainability topic and formed a separate organization. Examples of these successes include:
- Cleveland 2030 District
- Tunnel Vision Hoops
- Drink Local.Drink Tap.
- Upcycle Parts Shop
- Cleveland Water Alliance
- Campus District
- Bike Cleveland
One of the many ways to get involved with Sustainable Cleveland is to join an active working group. Working group members help set the direction of the group and may serve, for example, on event planning committees or volunteer for upcoming events. If you would like more information about any of the current Sustainable Cleveland working groups or ideas about how you can get involved, please contact the Sustainable Cleveland Coordinator, Cathi Lehn (firstname.lastname@example.org).