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Dubuque, Iowa is quickly emerging as a leader among sustainable cities. Sustainable Dubuque is a holistic approach. In 2006, and each year sin…
Louis was formed to serve as a resource and facilitator in the
development of a more robust and holistic approach to the regio…
Seattle is a city at the forefront of green initiatives. The
Office of Sustainability and Environment's mission is
to accelerate environmental…
Since the 1970's, the City of Portland has been synonymous with one
word: green. The city has made a commitment to clean air and water,
Lake City Green is comprised of award-winning environmental
programs that continue to help this Utah city build a sustainable
future for …
of Boston has been nationally recognized as a leader in
environmental and energy policy. As part of Mayor Thomas Menino's
In September 2009, the city of San
Bernardino received $1,954,600 in Energy Efficiency
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) funds.
If you’re one of those people who think the glitter of Tinseltown will never last, Tom Perrigo has some news for you.
For almost twenty years, Mayor Richard M. Daley and the City of Chicago have led the nation with
innovative initiatives to make Chicago the mo…
The city of Thousand Oaks has been recognized by the state of
California for designing, implementing, and operating model
programs that suppor…
Springfield Green is Mayor Timothy J. Davlin's
initiative dedicated to the beautification of Springfield, Ill. It
is a city project which, com…
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…
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