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How prepared is your community for a major disaster?
Total Votes: 22
Since 1994 the city of Albuquerque,
N.M. has been working on ways to achieve a sustainable future
in the Rio Grande Valley. There are many dif…
The Office of Environmental Quality (OEQ) administers the
city of Alexandria's air, water, and noise improvement programs,
which help preserve…
Encompassing approximately 105 square miles and having a population over 275,000, the city of Henderson is the second largest city in the stat…
Philadelphia, Penn. is now home to some of the world's
most sustainable buildings, businesses, organizations and
individuals. Philadelphia is …
To set a road map for making Minneapolis truly sustainable, the Minneapolis City
Council and Mayor R.T. Rybak started integrating sustainabili…
Louis was formed to serve as a resource and facilitator in the
development of a more robust and holistic approach to the regio…
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…
Phoenix is an environmental leader in the state or
Arizona and is now gaining national attention as a sustainability
champion with its many aw…
Due to the innovative leadership of Mayor Chris Coleman,
Saint Paul, Minn. is a national leader in sustainable,
urban living by "acting locall…
The city of Thousand Oaks has been recognized by the state of
California for designing, implementing, and operating model
programs that suppor…
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…
In September 2009, the city of San
Bernardino received $1,954,600 in Energy Efficiency
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) funds.
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