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Do you favor private investment in public water systems?
Total Votes: 258
Initially intended to serve as a policy-level strategic platform
to guide Irvine's efforts toward a greenhouse gas emission
reduction goal, th…
Louis was formed to serve as a resource and facilitator in the
development of a more robust and holistic approach to the regio…
Anchorage is keeping it green by making municipal operations
more efficient and diversifying its sources of energy. The city's
The city of Thousand Oaks has been recognized by the state of
California for designing, implementing, and operating model
programs that suppor…
So many things are going on in Kenosha to support a green community: Since
1988, an advisory committee of 11 members dubbed "Keep Kenosha
ATLANTA -- Mayor Kasim Reed announced the creation of the Power to Change Ambassador Program at the 2nd annual Atlanta Earth Day Cleanup Chall…
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 City of Santa Barbara, Calif. has initiated many ways the city
can work to maintain its green beauty. The Green Business Program
of Santa …
Cleveland, Ohio aims to become a model of
sustainability and plans to become a leader in the emerging green
economy over the next 9 years thro…
Riverside has taken pride in the steps it has
taken to become more sustainable.
In 2006, the mayor and city council committed to making
Rockville a sustainability leader among Maryland communities. The
city concentrates on…
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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