When thinking back on 2014, what are the high and low points that stand out for Northeast Ohio? We look back and mine our coverage of sustainability activities in 2014 to present this list of the 36 most notable moments. (Let us know if we missed any).
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In a June 2014 interview with GCBL, Northeast Ohio’s top transportation official, Grace Gallucci, promised sweeping reforms and a new era of fiscal responsibility at NOACA. A former budget director at RTA, Gallucci said that the region needs to align its priorities with the rest of the country’s. Job one would be to bring existing roads into a state of...
When Cleveland passed its Complete Streets ordinance in 2011, it was hailed as a watershed moment. The city was struggling, as it is now, to meet the needs of a large population living in poverty and also attract new, younger residents. Complete Streets presented possibilities for both.
quasar energy group has grown from a novelty—taking waste ice cream from Pierre's at its Collinwood facility—into an operation that converts the entire City of Wooster's wastewater into electricity, natural gas to run vehicles and a business model that will someday challenge the status quo.
Cleveland has aspirations to build a network of protected bike lanes, starting with Lorain Avenue from W. 25th to W. 65th Street on the north side of the road. Non-profit organization People for Bikes estimates that 142 protected bike lanes have been built in the U.S. as of 2013. The group behind Project Green Lane, which provides technical assistance to a...
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- Wilderness vs. wildness -- and the qualities of urban wildness we should design into cities: http://t.co/c0wP4t4LA7
about 8 hours ago via Twitter
- Interesting how Vancouver defines a healthy city and sets specific goals and targets: http://t.co/2HOWjDRuQ9.
a day ago via Twitter
- Bike Cleveland's 2014 accomplishments for safer streets: http://t.co/pSjBLtqrnf. Good group to support!
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