Source: Columbia Daily Tribune By: Philip Joens Published: April 9th, 2019 Renewable energy jobs in the Midwest and Missouri grew in 2018, despite the sector shedding 4.5 percent of jobs nationally, a report by a Chicago think-tank found Tuesday
CLEANER AND GREENER: CINCINNATI’S SUSTAINABLE FUTURE Cincinnati’s certification as a 2030 District starts the city on the path to a less polluted future. It might also save downtown building owners a little green along the way. Source: Cincinnati
Source: Cincinnati Enquirer Opinion Contributor: Craig Davis Published January 28, 2019 In recent months, I have come to notice an interesting shift in the news coverage of climate change. Stories have moved away from debating its scientific
Source: WVXU Date: January 7, 2019 Director of the Cincinnati 2030 District Tremaine Phillips says in the next couple of months he will announce some projects that "will shock this community in terms of how far and how fast we are moving forward
Source: WCPO Date: December 10, 2018 With a resolution passed last week, City Council made Cincinnati the 100th U.S. city to pledge to neutralize its carbon footprint by 2035. Read the full article here.
Source: WCPO Date: December 5, 2018 Nonprofit Green Umbrella marks 20 years this week. Cincinnati ranks in the top 30 "greenest" cities in the U.S., according to an October report from the personal finance website Wallet Hub. Just a few months
Source: Cincinnati Enquirer Date: October 29, 2018 Cincinnati Monday won a grant to help fight climate change and reduce carbon emissions. The $2.5 million grant comes from Bloomberg Phlanthropies' American Cities Climate Challenge. The $2.5
Source: Cincinnati Business Courier Date: October 23, 2018 Kroger will help lead a new effort to make urban properties green, Mayor John Cranley announced in his annual state-of-the-city speech on Tuesday. The nation’s operator of traditional
Source: WVXU Date: September 12, 2018 Cincinnati sustainability enthusiasts are actively recruiting Downtown building owners to become a part of a new 2030 District. The pitch is: joining would reduce energy use, water consumption and
Source: Green Umbrella Date: August 29, 2018 The Duke Class Benefit Fund has committed $300,000 over 3 years to support Green Umbrella as it launches Cincinnati’s 2030 District. Read the full press release here.