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Marietta is working toward becoming one of the first
cities in its area to earn Green Community Certification from the
Atlanta Regional Commi…
For almost twenty years, Mayor Richard M. Daley and the City of Chicago have led the nation with
innovative initiatives to make Chicago the mo…
Jacksonville, Fla. Mayor John Peyton created
the Office of Sustainability Initiatives within the city's
Environmental and Compliance Departme…
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 Newport News Green Foundation was established by the
Newport News City Council in June 1998, and became a separately
In 2006, the mayor and city council committed to making
Rockville a sustainability leader among Maryland communities. The
city concentrates on…
The Golden, Colo. City Council has made sustainability its
top priority starting back in 2007. As part of that endeavor,
citizens were asked t…
Fort Worth is one of the nation's fasting growing large cities.
It has developed a Sustainability Task Force to face the challenges of
The City of Austin, Texas began implementing sustainable
guidelines in the early 1990s through Austin Energy Green Building
(AEGB), the first …
of Oakland has worked diligently with all members of the
community for more than three years to develop its Model City
In the near future, someone walking down a business corridor or
neighborhood street in Louisville may notice some surprising changes: more
Through various city planning processes, and in particular, the
Master Plan process, the citizens of Grand Rapids,
Mich. created a vision; a v…
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