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Regional Initiatives

Several initiatives are forming as partnerships between the OneSTL Network and other organizations working on similar issues.  Six of these initiatives are Working Groups that formed to address a particular topic.  If you would like more information or to be added to the contact list for one of the groups, let us know at:

Food Access

Under the leadership of the St. Louis Food Policy Coalition, this group is working to increase access to affordable, healthy food in areas that currently lack that access.  Go to Food Access.

Materials and Recycling

A large coalition of health departments, waste haulers, recycling centers and other organizations are working to reduce the amount of waste materials we send to area landfills.  Go to Less Waste!

Energy and Emissions

Under the leadership of the Washington University, Sitton Energy Solutions, the US Green Building Council and others, this grjoup is working to reduce greenhouse gases emitted in the region.  Go to Energy and Emissions.

Green Infrastructure

As recommended in the OneSTL plan, green infrastructure is being looked at within the context of the Blue, Grey, Green Infrastructure Regional Opportunity.  Go to Green Infrastructure.

Transit Oriented Development

Under the leadership of Metro St. Louis/Bi-State Development Agency, many organizations will be working together to implement more development that builds upon the region's transit infrastructure.  Go to TOD.


Under the leadership of the Missouri Botanical Garden, the St. Louis Zoo and Forest Releaf of Missouri, this group is working to increase the quantity of quality biodiversity in the region.  Go to BiodiverseCity.

The Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex

In collaboration with the Downtown St. Louis technology business incubator, T-Rex, the Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex is a monthly gathering of people working on, learning about, and advocating for sustainability.  Go to the Lab schedule.