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Our Upcoming Events
Tuesday, July 2nd, 10am
NEOhio Clean Cities Stakeholder Meeting, location to be announced. Call NEOhio Clean Cities Progam Director Elaine Barnes at (216) 281-6468 ext. 223 for more information and to reserve your space.
Tuesday, July 30, 5-8pm
Earth Day Coalition's NEOhio Clean Cities program 2nd annual Sunset AltFuel Cruise In at Whiskey Island. Contact Clean Cities Program Director Elaine Barnes (216-281-6468 ext. 223) or Matt Roche (216-281-6468 ext. 227) for more information.
Thursday, September 19th, 10am
NEOhio Clean Cities Stakeholder Meeting, tentative location Cleveland Sustainability Center. Call NEOhio Clean Cities Progam Director Elaine Barnes at (216) 281-6468 ext. 223 for more information and to reserve your space.
"Ring the Bell" Purchase the Earth Day song below and all royalties are donated to Earth Day Coalition!
In the Community
June 22, 11am-7pm
Euclid Wind Festival at Triangle Park, Shore Cultural Centre. More info here.
July 26 and 27, 6pm-11pm
Burning River Fest at the Historic Coast Guard Station on Whiskey Island. More info here.
Take the Power Pledge!
Help promote Offshore Wind Energy by pledging to purchase a portion of your electricty from "Icebraker," America's first freshwater offshore wind project, located on Lake Erie. Take the pledge, presented by LEEDCo., here.
NRDC’s "Toxic Power" uses publicly-available data to rank states and power plants based on 2010 air pollution levels showing that Ohio (#2) only follows Kentucky (#1) among the top 20 toxic U.S. states where residents are at a higher risk of numerous health problems just by breathing.
Do you know the E-Check program removes 74 tons of harmful emissions each day. And the Ohio EPA has introduced a new, decentralized E-check program called ChoicePlus with 16 self service kiosks and 53 new testing locations. More information here.
The U.S. EPA has released the 17th annual U.S. greenhouse gas inventory showing that overall emissions have grown by over 10% from 1990 to 2010.
Click here to access EPAs new GHG Reporting Program Data and Data Publication Tool to look at state and local emissions as well as resource tools.
Cuyahoga County implementd a year-round household hazardous waste disposal program - more information at: http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2011/10/cuyahoga_county_solid_waste_ma.html. Click here for your city’s program and accepted materials: http://cuyahogaswd.org/en-US/hazardous-waste.aspx.
Cleveland's expanded automated waste collection and curbside recycling program.