Election Recap; 100% Renewable Cities

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On The Sound of Ideas, ideastream's Nick Castele recaps Election Day 2019. Later, while the Trump administration this week gave formal notice of U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, local communities are taking it upon themselves to save the planet. Lakewood is now the third Ohio city, after Cleveland and Cincinatti, to commit to using all renewable energy. We'll learn why and how.
 

Guests: 

-Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream

-Meghan George, Lakewood Council Member At-Large & Lakewood Mayor-Elect 

-Tristan Rader, Lakewood Council Member At-Large & Ohio Program Director, Solar United Neighbors 

-Kevin Kelley, Cleveland City Council President 

-John Cranley, Mayor, City of Cincinnati 

-Matt Gray, Chief of Sustainability, City of Cleveland

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