Since the Cleveland Climate Action Fund (CCAF) launched, 70 resident-led, neighborhood-based projects have been funded and completed, with total support exceeding $170,000. These projects have met neighborhood needs while also meeting sustainability goals, including improved stormwater management, more clean energy, local food production, more walkable and bikeable neighborhoods, greater tree canopy, and more.
The map below illustrates Cleveland neighborhoods where climate action has taken hold.
Here you will find a sampling of various projects over the last few years. For full project descriptions, click here.
1) Composting Airport Coffee Grounds with Local Farms