Insights into Sustainable Cleveland

A sustainable city is a thriving city.  The city of Cleveland, Ohio is participating in a series of ten-year plans to create a thriving city for its citizens and visitors. Promoters of these projects hope to unite Cleveland citizens to build a collective vision for a viable future. During the autumn of 2009, the city began... Continue Reading →

Get Green Columbus Project – An Overview

The Get Green Columbus initiative began on January 28, 2005.  Columbus mayor Michael B. Coleman issued a Green Memo that urged the city's residents to live environmentally-friendly lives.  The memo discussed several policy frameworks that aimed to create healthier environments. Since the Green Memo, the city of Columbus had made significant progress in becoming a... Continue Reading →

Biomethane: Promise and Potential

Biomethane can drive sustainable development in many parts of the world due to its attractive properties as a clean fuel. The carbon footprint of biomethane is one of the smallest among the known energy sources. The emission factor of conventional diesel (around 90 gCO2eq/MJ) is almost 200 percent (or thrice) more than that of biomethane (30 gCO2eq/MJ). Biomethane is less corrosive, has higher... Continue Reading →

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