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Regional Sustainability Campaign

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/18/2018

Contact Info:
Aaron Young
314-421-4220
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OneSTL Announces Regional Sustainability Campaign

Businesses, local governments, organizations and individuals can endorse the regional sustainability targets at onestltargets.org

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Tuesday October 30, 2018 Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex Agenda

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Recycling Information

 

Recycling is Here to Stay; System-wide Improvements Are Needed For Long-Term Success

Overview

Recycling markets may be changing, but recycling is not going away. Recent market forces – both locally and globally – have made recycling less profitable for processors, at times causing them to operate at a loss. This webpage is intended to provide information and resources for those wanting to learn more about current conditions and future impacts.

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OneSTL Working Group Helping Improve Food Access

The Cherokee Street Community Market pops up once a month on the second Wednesday from May through October at Love Bank Park in Dutchtown. The market features fresh produce, hot food, art, and entertainment.

Improving access to healthy, nutritious food in the St. Louis region is gaining steam. The St. Louis Food Policy Coalition (STLFPC), which convenes the OneSTL Food Access Working Group, has joined forces with St. Louis County’s Healthy Living Coalition to support local efforts to help make healthy food an option for everyone.

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Tuesday September 25, 2018 Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex Agenda

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Recycling Task Force

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media inquiries:
Terri Waters
314-681-6462
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Regional Task Force Tackles Recycling Issues

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City of Clayton Supports Regional GHG Reduction

We are proud to announce that the City of Clayton Mayor and Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to endorse OneSTL’s target to counteract climate change through greenhouse gas reduction. Clayton is the first city in the region to formally endorse this target. Our goal is to reduce the St. Louis region’s greenhouse gas emissions by 28% by 2025 and 80% by 2050, which reflects the United States’ commitment to the Paris climate agreement.

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