In the last few months the Cleveland 2030 District has added a new member and three new partners. We're pleased to announce Case Western Reserve University has joined us as our newest member. Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is our newest community
We're proud to add The Children's Museum of Cleveland to the Cleveland 2030 District's list of members. Their mission is to promote learning through play using innovative exhibits and programs designed for all children from birth to age 8. The
Cleveland 2030 District is proud to announce The MetroHealth System has joined the District. Founded in 1837, they operate four hospitals, 20+ medical centers and 40 more sites in Cuyahoga County.
Cleveland 2030 District's 2019 Progress Report is out. Check our results in the reduction of energy use, water consumption and transportation emissions in our District.
Cleveland 2030 District is proud to announce its newest member, 200 Public Square. We're pleased add this iconic Cleveland building to the growing list of progressive property owners and managers who are voluntarily committing to the 2030 goals.
Cleveland, Ohio - May 15, 2020 - On May 5, 2020 a unanimous vote of the Cleveland 2030 District Board of Directors elected Stephanie Drenten Ferro to assume the Board Chair position. Stephanie Drenten Ferro has a passion for leading sustainable and
Cleveland 2030 District is proud to include H5 Data Centers' Cleveland location as our newest member in the District.
We're pleased to include Oatey among the progressive Cleveland properties to have joined the District, pledging to reduce their energy and water consumption, and their CO2 emissions from transportation.
Jason Wood was sworn in as Cleveland's Chief of Sustainability on January 22, 2020. Dr. Wood serves on the Cleveland 2030 District Board of Directors. His previous position was Chief of Public Affairs for the Department of Public Utilities. See
Please find the December edition of the Cleveland 2030 District newletter here.