Cleveland is taking significant strides in watershed management and environmental stewardship, particularly concerning the Great Lakes. A recent video from Lake Metroparks highlights the city’s shift from tackling “point source” industrial pollution to addressing more diffuse “non-point source pollution” from urban areas. Innovative solutions like porous concrete surfaces and green roofs are being employed to manage stormwater and reduce pollution. Collaborative efforts across public and private sectors aim to make these initiatives both effective and equitable.
For a comprehensive look at Cleveland’s watershed management strategies and collaborative efforts, watch the full video:
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