How would you like to eat, walk or play — not drive — on some Charlotte streets?

Charlotte Five covered Sustain Charlotte's recent Grow Smart CLT event on Re-envisioning Street as Equitable Spaces. Continue reading

After success of BLM mural, program seeks to creatively transform Charlotte streets

WSOC interviewed Meg Fencil, our program director, for a story on how the city is creatively transforming streets. Continue reading

EPA Awards $60,000 to Organizations in Georgia and North Carolina for 2020 Environmental Justice Small Grants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released this press release about their Environmental Justice Small Grants, which Sustain Charlotte was awarded. Continue reading

Sustain Charlotte presents virtual conversation on re-envisioning streets

The Charlotte Weekly promoted our virtual Grow Smart CLT event on re-envisioning streets as equitable public places. Continue reading

EPA Awards $60,000 to Organizations in George and North Carolina for 2020 Environmental Justice Small Grants

Sustain Charlotte was recently selected for a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency. Continue reading

Charlotte among worst in the nation for bicycle-friendly cities, despite progress.

Our executive director, Shannon Binns, was quoted in this article about Charlotte's poor ranking on People for Bikes.  Continue reading

Sustain Charlotte Hosting A Virtual Public Conversation On Uptown Bicycle Lanes

Charlotte Stories featured Sustain Charlotte's virtual conversation on the Uptown Cyclelink. Continue reading

Lime relaunching, offering frontline workers free rides

Our executive director, Shannon Binns, was quoted in this article about Lime's re-launch in Charlotte.  Continue reading

Charlotte closes streets to cars, creating more open spaces during coronavirus

Our executive director, Shannon Binns, was quoted in this article about Charlotte's new Shared Streets initiative.  Continue reading

Charlotte will close some streets to allow social-distance exercise during COVID-19.

Our Executive Director, Shannon Binns, was quoted in this article about Charlotte's new Shared Streets initative. Continue reading