“The big metro sustainability prize goes to Greater Cincinnati, which repeats its No. 1 finish in 2017. The Queen City is followed by Chicago (up from 5th), Boston (from 2nd to 3rd) and Seattle (No. 3 last year), then the California duo of San Diego at No. 4 (up from No. 10) and Los Angeles (unranked last year).
“The 2018 Green Cincinnati Plan (GCP) includes 80 strategies to reduce Cincinnati’s carbon emissions by 80 percent by 2050, with focus areas that include energy, food, transportation, and waste systems. ‘If we follow this comprehensive blueprint,’ said Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld, ‘it will benefit our economy, our health, our ability to attract talent, and of course the environment that we’ll pass along to our children.'”
FULL STORY published July 2018 via Site Selection Magazine