Follow No Impact Week journeys at Heights Observer Blogs
Follow some featured bloggers at the Heights Observer blogs from Oct. 16-23, as they post their daily challenges and thoughts during Sustainable Heights No Impact Week.
Sustainable Heights No Impact Week is open to anyone who wants to participate in the community-wide experiment that encourages people to take eight daily challenges to lower their carbon footprint and live a healthier and happier life--for a week. Easy online registration sends participants the fun and engaging "How-To Guide." You'll receive daily emails of encouragment and information. No Impact Week has its own Facebook page where participants can share their progress, thoughts, videos, and photos with one another.
Conceived by Colin "No Impact Man" Beavan, director of the No Impact Project, the experiment is part of the 2nd annual event sponsored by the grassroots Sustainable Heights Network, a group of citizens promoting sustainability in Cleveland Heights and University Heights. A number of events are offered and all are free and open to the public.
No Impact Week is open to people in the area who want to personally challenge themselves to pay attention to how they consume energy, travel around town, purchase or grow their food, and participate in the community. The concept behind the project is that individual efforts can have a huge impact on the creation of a more sustainable world.
No IMpact Week is sponsored by FutureHeights, GoodCents, Lusty Wrench, Heights Libraries, Coryell for Council, Funny Times Peace Fund, Verne and Ellsworth Hann, with support from by Home Repair Resource Center, Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District, Cleveland Heights Bicycle Coalition, Heights Community Congress, Go Public!, Earth Day Coalition, and the City of Cleveland Heights, The Heights Observer
To register, go to www.noimpactproject.org/experiment/sustainableheights. For more information, call 216-320-1423.
Sarah Wean is a Coventry Village resident and chair of Sustainable Heights No Impact Week.