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City pushes electric mowers to improve air quality

When the city said it was giving away $100 to the first 200 residents who were willing to swap out their gas mower for a cleaner electric one, the spots were claimed quickly. Replacing lawn mowers won’t put us in the clear for improving air quality, but it’s a start.

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Cleveland hoping to make waves in clean water tech industry

A group of industry leaders are flipping the script on Cleveland’s cliched “burning river” and “mistake on the lake” narratives. They’re angling to make Cleveland the capital of clean water, the place where the worst water pollution problems facing the country are solved.

Vaccination campaigns move at the speed of trust

An estimated 28% of American healthcare workers said they will “wait and see” before getting the vaccine, despite working on the frontlines. While this hesitancy rate is slightly lower than that of non-healthcare essential workers, it’s significant because 80% of Americans said they would seek advice from healthcare providers when deciding whether or not to get vaccinated.

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