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The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) has certified the City of Worthington as a Sustainable2050 community to achieve an elevated status for their actions to promote sustainability.
Sustainable2050 is a program that supports communities’ sustainability efforts through direct technical assistance, collaboration, and recognition. Each member’s tier status is determined by the number of eligible activities it carries out in five categories corresponding to MORPC’s Regional Sustainability Agenda.
“Enhancing the City’s sustainability through green practices and programs is a major priority for Worthington City Council and the Worthington community,” said Council President Bonnie Michael. “Worthington City staff is working hard to bring new ideas and green initiatives to the forefront to help reduce Worthington’s carbon footprint and protect our environment for future generations. We are grateful for MORPC’s leadership in promoting sustainable practices for our region and look forward to continuing our work toward becoming a more sustainable community.”
The City of Worthington, a Sustainable2050 member, achieved Platinum status. Platinum is the highest tier status certification that members can earn.
To date, more than 30 local communities have committed to work toward more sustainable practices through MORPC’s Sustainable2050 initiative, meaning more communities will be certified in the near future.
To learn more about MORPC’s Sustainable2050 initiative, visit morpc.org/sustainable2050.