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Marietta is working toward becoming one of the first
cities in its area to earn Green Community Certification from the
Atlanta Regional Commi…
The City of Austin, Texas began implementing sustainable
guidelines in the early 1990s through Austin Energy Green Building
(AEGB), the first …
So many things are going on in Kenosha to support a green community: Since
1988, an advisory committee of 11 members dubbed "Keep Kenosha
On March 3, 2010, Mayor Dewey Bartlett Jr. signed into existence
a new department in the city of Tulsa, Okla.: the Office of Sustainability. T…
Fort Worth is one of the nation's fasting growing large cities.
It has developed a Sustainability Task Force to face the challenges of
If you’re one of those people who think the glitter of Tinseltown will never last, Tom Perrigo has some news for you.
Phoenix is an environmental leader in the state or
Arizona and is now gaining national attention as a sustainability
champion with its many aw…
Ann Arbor was named one of the Top Medium-sized
Cities by the Natural Resources Defense Council "Smarter Cities"
site. Ann Arbor has been work…
The city of Fremont is committed to a more sustainable future,
resulting in the creation of the city's Sustainability Element in its General P…
The city of Milwaukee Office of Environmental Sustainability (OES) was
created by Mayor Tom Barrett to position Milwaukee as a leader in
In early 2007, Honolulu's Energy and Sustainability Task Force
was formed to develop a 10-year plan to make the city even more
Tucson, Ariz. has assumed a leadership role in promoting
economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable urban
living. In June 2006, t…
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