"The Cleaner Greener Lincoln initiative will make the City of Lincoln an active leader in the area of sustainability, building upon Lincoln's extraordinary community commitment to its quality of life, investing stimulus and other resources, facilitating energy savings at the city, neighborhood, and business levels, fostering new ideas and partnerships, making it easy and affordable to be sustainable in Lincoln, and putting Lincoln in the fore as the green capital city of the Great Plains".
— Mayor Chris Beutler, June 4th, 2009
Cleaner Greener Lincoln is funded in large part by the American Recovery Act and was seed-funded through a grant from Attorney General Jon Bruning's Office. Cleaner Greener Lincoln invests in neighborhoods and businesses across Lincoln, creating sustainable new jobs and decreasing Lincoln's carbon emissions by thousands of metric tons.
- reenergizeprogram.org The reEnergize Program is a partnership between Omaha and Lincoln to build energy smart communities.
- kilowattchers.com kilowattchers is a one-stop site where Lincoln citizens can learn how to save money and energy.