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Sustainable Cleveland 2021 Virtual Summit, October 20-21, 2021

Sustainable Cleveland 2021 Virtual Summit, October 20-21, 2021

The City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability invites you to join us on October 20th & 21st for the Sustainable Cleveland 2021 Virtual Summit, hosted virtually by the Cleveland Public Library.

Since 2009, Mayor Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland initiative has engaged more than 15,000 people from all walks of life, working together to design and develop a thriving and resilient Cleveland region. For more than a decade, Sustainable Cleveland has supported collaboration and action to make Cleveland a greener, cleaner place to live, work and play for all. From improved water and air quality to increases in bike infrastructure and clean energy, Cleveland has come a long way... but there is still much more work to be done.

At the Sustainable Cleveland 2021 Virtual Summit, we will celebrate the work of the many people and organizations that have gotten us this far, and build off this foundation for even greater progress and momentum moving forward. The Summit will include:

  • Remarks from Mayor Frank Jackson
  • State of Sustainable Cleveland address from the Chief of Sustainability, Jason Wood
  • Keynote presentation from nationally recognized speaker, Clarence E. Anthony
  • NOACA Commuter Choice Awards and Recognitions
  • Presentations and facilitated discussions on key priorities
  • And more!

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Sustainable Cleveland 2020 Virtual Summit, October 14-15, 2020

Sustainable Cleveland 2020 Virtual Summit, October 14-15, 2020

Since 2009, Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland initiative has engaged more than 15,000 people from all walks of life, working together to design and develop a thriving and resilient Cleveland region. Over the past eleven years, Sustainable Cleveland has supported collaboration and action to make Cleveland a greener, cleaner place to live, work, and play for all. From improved water and air quality to increases in bike infrastructure and clean energy, Sustainable Cleveland has come a long way... but we know there's more work to do.

The Sustainable Cleveland 2020 Virtual Summit included opening remarks from Mayor Frank Jackson, State of Sustainable Address from Chief Jason Wood, Keynote Presentation from Dr. Julian Agyeman and many other facilitated discussions from local leaders on key sustainable action areas, and much more. Watch the recordings now!

A big and humble thanks to all Summit attendees, presenters, and event sponsors who joined us for the two-day Sustainable Cleveland 2020 Virtual Summit from October 14th-15th. Over 500 attendees including City of Cleveland residents, local business owners, and sustainability leaders around the world participated in this continuing effort to develop a thriving and resilient Cleveland region. Recap of the Sustainable Cleveland 2020 Virtual Summit.

Swearing-In of Chief of Sustainability

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Sustainable Cleveland Summit

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Sustainable Cleveland Summit to be held October 16th at the Cleveland Public Auditorium

Sustainable Cleveland Summit to be held October 16th at the Cleveland Public Auditorium

Since 2009, Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland 2019 (SC2019) initiative has engaged more than 15,000 people from all walks of life, working together to design and develop a thriving and resilient Cleveland region. Over the past ten years, SC2019 has supported collaboration and action to make Cleveland a greener, cleaner place to live, work, and play for all. From improved water and air quality to increases in bike infrastructure and clean energy, SC2019 has come a long way... but we know there's much work to do.

We invite you to celebrate the culmination of SC2019, honor the many people and organizations that have gotten us this far, and build off this foundation for even greater progress. The one-day Summit will go from 8am-5pm on October 16th, followed by an evening reception. The Summit will include remarks from Mayor Frank Jackson, keynote presentations, recognition and awards, facilitated discussions on key priorities going forward, and much more.

Sustainability Play

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City of Cleveland Gets ‘A’ Rating For Environmental Action Efforts

City of Cleveland Gets ‘A’ Rating For Environmental Action Efforts

The City of Cleveland has recently been given an ‘A’ rating on its environmental action efforts by CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project. CDP is a not-for-profit charity that rated cities worldwide on their green efforts, ultimately naming 43 city around the globe to the list. This year, marks the 10-year culmination of Mayor Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland initiative. The initiative is aimed at making Cleveland a more environmentally conscious city for generations to come.

Mayor Frank G. Jackson Issues Proclamation in Recognition of Earth Day 2019

Mayor Frank G. Jackson Issues Proclamation in Recognition of Earth Day 2019

Mayor Frank G. Jackson issued a proclamation in recognition of Earth Day 2019. The proclamation reads in part: “On behalf of the citizens of Cleveland I am honored to offer this proclamation in recognition of Earth Day being held on April 22, 2019. Earth Day is an annual reminder of the need for environmental activism, stewardship commitments, and sustainability efforts. Living and growing as a sustainable city will ensure Cleveland’s longevity.”

Mayor Jackson Welcomes Artist Wyland to Cleveland for Kick-Off of Water Conservation Campaign

Mayor Jackson Welcomes Artist Wyland to Cleveland for Kick-Off of Water Conservation Campaign

Mayor Frank G. Jackson and the City of Cleveland welcomed the return of marine life artist and conservationist Wyland at the Wyland Foundation’s Annual National Water Conservation campaign kick-off event at the Davis Aerospace and Maritime School. Wyland, who is best known for his 30,000-square-foot marine life mural on the Cleveland Public Power building on Interstate 90, celebrated the national water conservation effort with an eco-fair, a guest lecture and an inspirational day of mural painting with local students. The announcement also included plans to refresh the city’s iconic “whale wall” mural.

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