Michael Mucha is chief executive of the Madison, Wis. Metropolitan Sewerage District and an instructor at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., where he teaches Sustainable Leadership and Decision Making.
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The Newport News Green Foundation was established by the
Newport News City Council in June 1998, and became a separately
Springfield Green is Mayor Timothy J. Davlin's
initiative dedicated to the beautification of Springfield, Ill. It
is a city project which, com…
Anchorage is keeping it green by making municipal operations
more efficient and diversifying its sources of energy. The city's
In 2006, the mayor and city council committed to making
Rockville a sustainability leader among Maryland communities. The
city concentrates on…
In September 2009, the city of San
Bernardino received $1,954,600 in Energy Efficiency
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) funds.
is dedicated to improving the quality of life for its residents and
The city of Pasadena is committed to addressing urban growth
issues impacting energy, waste reduction, urban design, urban
Due to the innovative leadership of Mayor Chris Coleman,
Saint Paul, Minn. is a national leader in sustainable,
urban living by "acting locall…
Phoenix is an environmental leader in the state or
Arizona and is now gaining national attention as a sustainability
champion with its many aw…
Marietta is working toward becoming one of the first
cities in its area to earn Green Community Certification from the
Atlanta Regional Commi…
In early 2007, Honolulu's Energy and Sustainability Task Force
was formed to develop a 10-year plan to make the city even more
Once an industrial city, Joliet has reinvented itself as a tourist
destination with a dynamic, diversified economy and a vision to
achieve a l…
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