A research team led by the Resilient Buildings Lab faculty member Nick Rajkovich helped the city of Cleveland craft a national award-winning sustainability plan.
The “Cleveland Climate Action Plan: Building Thriving and Resilient Neighborhoods for All” won an Award for Excellence in Sustainability from the American Planning Association’s Sustainable Communities Division.
The sixth annual Awards for Excellence in Sustainability were announced in mid-April at the APA National Planning Conference in San Francisco. The awards honor projects, plans, policies, individuals and organizations whose work is dedicated to supporting sustainable communities. Cleveland’s plan won in the Community Sustainability or Resilience Plan category.
See http://www.buffalo.edu/ubnow/stories/2019/05/rajkovich-cleveland-apa-award.html for more information about the award!