Resilience Cohort

2019 Cohort Members: Bloomington, Carmel, Columbus, Delaware County / Muncie, Evansville, Fishers, Fort Wayne, Gary, Greencastle, Goshen, Michigan City, Oldenburg, Richmond, West Lafayette

The City of Gary greenhouse gas inventory kickoff meeting
From left: Resilience Cohort Extern Maddy Mohrman and Senior Program Manager Doug Fasick, as they discuss progress on the City of Fort Wayne's greenhouse gas inventory
From left: Evansville Mayor Winneke, Resilience Cohort Extern Erin Lasher, and Director of Code Enforcement Crystal Harper
From left: ISDP Program Manager Danni Schaust, Resilience Cohort Extern Nicky Harrison, Delaware-Municie Metropolitan Plan Commission Executive Director Marta Moody, Environmental and Development Planner Lorey Stinton, as they discuss progress on the county-wide and city-wide inventories in Delaware County, Indiana
Downtown Greencastle, Indiana, a community that participated in the 2019 Resilience Cohort
Resilience Cohort Extern, Miranda Frausto, as she works on Carmel's greenhouse gas inventory
Resilience Cohort Extern Reena Azlan during a presentation at the City of Gary's greenhouse gas inventory kickoff meeting
An off-road walking and bicycle trail in Richmond, Indiana, a 2019 Resilience Cohort participant
From left: ISDP Program Manager Danni Schaust, ERI Implementation Manager Andrea Webster, Resilience Cohort Extern Bronson Bast, City Forester Aaron Sawatsky-Kingsley, as they discuss progress on Goshen's greenhouse gas inventories
The volunteers who completed Oldenburg, Indiana's greenhouse gas inventory; from left: Volunteers Steve Kristoff, Claire Whalen, Zack Blomer, and Michael Cambron, along with Town Manager Dennis Moeller
IU Resilience Cohort Abhishek Jagdale, as he works on Michigan City's greenhouse gas inventory

Preparation of a greenhouse gas inventory is a fundamental first step for a city, town or county committed to reducing carbon emissions and increasing energy efficiency.