PR NEWSWIRE | Posted: Sunday, December 5, 2010 3:15 pm
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In 2000, the city council of Waco voted to
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to provide drinking water to citi…
Initially intended to serve as a policy-level strategic platform
to guide Irvine's efforts toward a greenhouse gas emission
reduction goal, th…
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…
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created by Mayor Tom Barrett to position Milwaukee as a leader in
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cities in its area to earn Green Community Certification from the
Atlanta Regional Commi…
Chris Bollwage, a lifelong resident of Elizabeth, is
serving his fifth term as the city's mayor. Nationally recognized
as a leader for economi…
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County Colorado starts with planning based on foresight: the
County's Comprehensive Plan outlines a long-term vision…
Rochester's Green Team, developed to update and expand
environmental compliance policy, continues the city's tradition of
Olympia is serious about sustainability. As the first
city in the United states to become a member of the PLUS Network (a
peer learning networ…
The Office of Environmental Quality (OEQ) administers the
city of Alexandria's air, water, and noise improvement programs,
which help preserve…
Berkeley has long been a city with green vision. This
California city continues to work at attaining its goals by
reducing energy use and gree…
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