Local Physician Makes Desperate Plea for Drivers to Pay Attention

A local physician in Charlotte is making a desperate plea for drivers to pay ... He started supported groups like Sustain Charlotte. Continue reading

Sustain Charlotte hosts Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights

Spectrum News stopped by Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights to join in the fun and explore South End and Uptown.   Continue reading

Your 5-minute guide to the best things to do in Charlotte

Win prizes by exploring Charlotte by bike at BiketoberFest. Continue reading

Meet 14-year-old Mary Ellis Stevens, Charlotte's own Greta Thunberg

Our Executive Director Shannon Binns spoke with Charlotte Agenda about Mary Ellis's activism. Continue reading

Events: Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights

Discover how easy it is to get around Charlotte by bike at Sustain Charlotte’s fifth annual Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights! This unique event will take you along a bike route with stops at fun destinations along the way and will culminate with an after-party at Triple C Brewing Co. Continue reading

The upcoming Biketoberfest by Sustain Charlotte

Our Executive Director stopped by Charlotte Today to share details about our upcoming Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights. Continue reading

What proposed changes to Charlotte's tree ordinance could mean for 'urban' development sites, canopy

The City of Charlotte is considering changes to its tree ordinance, and our Urban Design Specialist Eric Zaverl share details. Continue reading

Sustain Charlotte to hold fifth annual Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights

Charlotte, NC (September 20, 2019)- Discover how easy it is to get around Charlotte without driving at Sustain Charlotte’s fifth annual Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights happening Sunday, October 13! Continue reading

Despite City's zero-carbon goal, CATS plans don't include electric buses

Cities around the nation are phasing out heavily-polluting diesel buses. In many places, they're replacing them with zero-emissions electric buses. But Charlotte Area Transportation System plans to stick with fossil fuels for now, and convert its 300-bus fleet to compressed natural gas. If the plan goes through, Charlotte won't meet the City Council's goal of eliminating carbon emissions by 2030. Continue reading

Groups call on EPA to keep strict rules for vehicle pollution

Sustain Charlotte Executive Director, Shannon Binns, spoke in support of continued implementation of national vehicle emission standards. Continue reading