January 2004

Page 1 links

Linking land use and Lake Erie
New Year's resolutions: 10 things to do for the Earth
Quality of place and the innovation economy
Connecting the Gulf of Mexico with Ohio wetlands: Story 1 and Story 2

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Sustainable Communities Symposium 2004
Greener state buildings
Churches seek energy stewardship
Dike 14 faces uncertain future
EcoVillage reaps awards
Champions of sustainability announced
Lakefront planning moves into final phase
Urban designs from University Circle to the lakefront
Mayors join together in Great Lakes Cities Initiative
How climate change could affect Great Lakes water quality
Lead poisoning epidemic in Cleveland
HouseMender Jim LaRue's new "Green Building Cookbook"
10-point plan for good jobs and energy independence
Ninth North American Bioregional Congress next June

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Smart growth creates more jobs
Cuyahoga treasurer wins EPA smart growth award
Slavic Village receives Active Living by Design grant
Greater Ohio kick-off
Oregon growth management guru in Cleveland
Steve Litt on Legacy Village
Farmland preservation online resource
Sprawl linked to diabetes

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Regionalism and the widening of I-71
Innerbelt and Shoreway projects funded
Innerbelt: More concrete downtown?
Cleveland is a Top 10 walking city
Hook up with other car-free people
Top 10 car-free myths
Bank switches to electric hybrid cars
Local control of federal transporation funds



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