Our recent press clippings
Local and national media outlets are taking notice of EcoCity Cleveland and our involvement in some of Northeast Ohio's sustainable developments.
In its Sunday, Jan. 12 2004 issue, Plain Dealer reporter John Kuehner wrote an article on an idea that emerged from EcoCity's workshopecological restoration of the Cleveland lakefront by turning the harbor breakwall into a marsh.
Nationally distributed Metropolis magazine printed a short profile with quotes from EcoCity project manager Manda Gillespie in its January 2003 issue that poses the question: "Can Cleveland become the country's next eco-capital?"
Nationally distributed eletter GreenClips, written by sustainable design consultant Chris Hammer in San Francisco, summarized and quoted the Metropolis magazine article about Cleveland's sustainability movement on 1/1/03. According to Hammer, some 10,000 readers download her e-letter.
In its Sunday, Dec. 8 issue, Plain Dealer reporter John Kuehner wrote a nice overview of the local movement titled "From bike lanes to grass roofs, eco-friendly projects blossom."
And the following Sunday (12/15), The PD's Steven Litt wrote a profile on EcoCity Cleveland director David Beach and his work toward "Making the region better, not bigger."
Local scribe and rabble rouser Thomas Mulready's weekly eletter, "Cool Cleveland" (email@example.com) mentioned EcoCity "ecoWarrior David Beach" in a 12/18 item on cool Clevelanders being profiled lately.