Global Problem, Local Solution: Ohio’s Cities Leading on Climate Action

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According to C40, a collaboration of 97 great cities of the world, cities occupy only two percent of the world’s landmass but consume two-thirds of the world’s energy and produce 70% of global CO2 emissions.

Here in Ohio, many local leaders are seeing clean energy and climate opportunities in their communities and are taking action. They are showing what’s possible through comprehensive climate action plans that deliver measurable results.

Can the global climate challenge be solved city by city?

Guests: 

The Honorable John J. Cranley
Mayor, City of Cincinnati

Erica C. Crawley
County Commissioner, Franklin County

The Honorable William D. Franklin
Mayor, Warren

Taylor Haggerty
Reporter, Ideastream Public Media

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