Over 400,000 people and hundreds of businesses impacted by a single, large-scale Harmful Algal Bloom event in Lake Erie in 2014 led to a tap water ban advisory that spanned three counties in Ohio and one in Michigan. What was the economic cost?
Big Wind isn’t taking NO from a split Ohio legislature as a sign it has no chance in the state. The Ohio Wind Energy Association today praise the Ohio Senate leadership under Medina Republican Larry Obhof for supporting a change in state law to enable construction of new wind farms and wondered aloud what Speaker […]
The market for mixed paper and plastic is changing. What are the implications for recycling in Ohio?
Programs offer low-interest financing for green energy upgrades in Franklin County.
Some restaurants produce eight gallons of waste every hour. Thanks to a sustainability plan, Sandwich Me stretched that time…to two years.
Current auto emission and fuel efficiency standards have improved our air and saved citizens and businesses money, but some auto industry groups want to roll back these sensible guidelines for short term profits.