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Climate Change and Agricultural Runoff to Cause Massive Algae Blooms in Lake Erie

Climate Change and Agricultural Runoff to Cause Massive Algae Blooms in Lake Erie

For some areas of the world, climate change means hurricanes, tornadoes, or drought. In Ohio, alterations in temperature, wind patterns, and water circulation translate into tons of toxic algae floating

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Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

The recent trend to reinvent these old railways is part of a broader re-urbanization trend that is taking place across the United States. As people return to cities, new parks are needed to promote

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Lake Link Trail and Greenway Will Be a Sustainable Green Space at the Cleveland Flats

Lake Link Trail and Greenway Will Be a Sustainable Green Space at the Cleveland Flats

Located on the west bank of Cleveland’s Flats Waterfront District, a 1.3-mile trail of abandoned railroad yard is the focus of a new revitalization project called Lake Link Trail and Greenway. The

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Artist Olga Ziemska Creates Incredible Sculptures from Natural and Reclaimed Materials

Artist Olga Ziemska Creates Incredible Sculptures from Natural and Reclaimed Materials

In Stillness In Motion, one of Ziemska's most impressive sculptures, Ziemska uses only cut willow branches and wire to depict the silhouette of a woman, with flowing branches extending behind her. In

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The History of Earth Day: When and Why This Celebration Came to Be

The History of Earth Day: When and Why This Celebration Came to Be

As Earth Day approaches this Sunday, many of us will contemplate our concerns over climate change, environmental destruction or dangers to our food supply, but do you know how this holiday first came to

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50 Year Old Buckminster Fuller Project Gets a $7 Million Upgrade

50 Year Old Buckminster Fuller Project Gets a $7 Million Upgrade

The Ohio Historic Preservation Office in Columbus and the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. were responsible for making sure that Dimit Architects - who were brought on board to mostly service the

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Michael Bierut Designs for the Green Patriotism Campaign

Michael Bierut Designs for the Green Patriotism Campaign

Last month, more than sixty buses hit the streets of Cleveland encouraging “Green Patriotism” with banners and posters created by Pentagram designer Michael Bierut. Promoting both the ecologically

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