South Shore Clean Cities now operates as Drive Clean Indiana.
South Shore Clean Cities and some of its members were awarded $8.9 million in Indiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund grants.
Northwest Indiana businesses working to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions were recognized for their efforts.
Northwest Indiana is a major hub for clean-energy jobs, with 10,320 at the end of 2019. Growth in the industry is expected to continue as the shift from coal accelerates.
South Shore Clean Cities is expanding its Northern Indiana nonprofit sustainable transportation organization to serve all of Indiana.
Indiana’s electric vehicle charging network is expanding.
Efforts by the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor to reduce its impact its operations have on the environment landed it the 2019 Sustainability Leadership Award from South Shore Clean Cities.
Clean energy is in growth mode in Northwest Indiana. Employment in the industry grew 4.7% in 2018 — one of the fastest growth rates in the Midwest.
The annual South Shore Clean Cities annual meeting and awards banquet is set for Feb. 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Blue Chip Stardust Event Center, 777 Blue Chip Drive in Michigan City. The event will provide opportunities to learn about the latest green technology and meet with transportation and community leaders. […]
Mitigation fund will strengthen Indiana legacy Have you ever considered what your legacy might be? I have the privilege of serving as executive director of South Shore Clean Cities, a nonprofit, member-based coalition founded in 1999 and dedicated to promoting sustainable transportation and clean energy options in Indiana. South Shore Clean Cities is one of […]