This year’s plenary panel also features three prominent sustainability leaders who will dig deeper into climate justice action and possibilities at the neighborhood, metro, and national levels.
Ryan Mooney-Bullock of Green Umbrella
Mooney-Bullock’s own interest in the environment sparked at a young age and was fueled by her family, her faith and lots of time outside.
Notables: Nature and the Environment
Movers & Makers asked organizations working in service of nature and the environment to introduce their notables to our readers, part of a regular feature highlighting people making a difference in Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit community.
Duke Foundation awards grants to climate preservation organizations
The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded 10 grants totaling $200,000 to organizations in southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky focused on climate resiliency and protecting natural resources.
Sign-ups open for ’23 Paddlefest
Registration for Ohio River Paddlefest 2023 is now open.
Yellowstone star, Ruby, Herche help East Palestine residents
Yellowstone’s Luke Grimes, Jeff Ruby and Cincinnati philanthropists Dave and Wendy Herche partnered last month to help residents of East Palestine.
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Ohio United Ways seek state funding
United Way of Greater Cincinnati has joined a coalition of Ohio United Way leaders to meet with lawmakers and advocate for $2 million in annual state funding to support Ohio’s 14 regional 211 help centers.
Hamilton County leader tapped for national 40 Under 40 list
Tony Staubach, the food waste diversion coordinator for Hamilton County, has been named to Waste360’s “40 Under 40” list, which showcases the next generation of leaders in waste, recycling and organics.
PWC raises $93K to help veterans
People Working Cooperatively has raised more than $93,000 to help veterans in need.