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ATLANTA -- Mayor Kasim Reed announced the creation of the Power to Change Ambassador Program at the 2nd annual Atlanta Earth Day Cleanup Chall…
Laredo's investment in transportation infrastructure
and services strives to provide significant benefits in terms of
mobility, travel choice,…
So many things are going on in Kenosha to support a green community: Since
1988, an advisory committee of 11 members dubbed "Keep Kenosha
Encompassing approximately 105 square miles and having a population over 275,000, the city of Henderson is the second largest city in the stat…
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,
Eureka has, for many years, concentrated effort on
historical preservation, stormwater management, and pedestrian and
bicycling-based traffic …
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…
The city of Pasadena is committed to addressing urban growth
issues impacting energy, waste reduction, urban design, urban
Over the past two years, leaders of the city of Kansas City have directed that sustainability
be integrated into all aspects of city operation…
Jacksonville, Fla. Mayor John Peyton created
the Office of Sustainability Initiatives within the city's
Environmental and Compliance Departme…
Seattle is a city at the forefront of green initiatives. The
Office of Sustainability and Environment's mission is
to accelerate environmental…
In August of 2007, the city of Des Moines began implementing green policies
brought on by growing interest in the benefits of a sustainable
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