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(Governing Sustainably)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced the availability of up to $175 million in l...
(Protecting Natural Resources)
The list of President Obama’s We Can’t Wait initiatives now includes a major new investment prog...
(Governing Sustainably)
When three high-profile open-government supporters sat down for a live webcast on the one-year anniv...
(Governing Sustainably)
September 2009 Transparency initiatives and websites are proliferating across government and indus...
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(Living Sustainably)
It's still just April, and spring wildflowers in the Rockies are still quite a ways off. That doesn...
(Living Sustainably)
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, architects and urban reformers helped to defeat infectious dis...
(Living Sustainably)
Fifty-five apartments, ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms, are now available to low-income families and in...
(Protecting Natural Resources)
Wind energy is now the fastest growing source of power in the United States – representing 43 perc...
(Protecting Natural Resources)
Faced with sky-high electricity rates, small communities across a country known more for garbage tha...
(Smart Growth)
Development decisions by local, regional and Tribal governments have considerable influence on our q...
(Creating Community)
Asheville is responding to the global and local imperatives for sustainability by determining what s...
(Creating Community)
Baltimore City’s 2010 Annual Sustainability Report was released on April 16, 2011 as part of Balti...
(Growing a Sustainable Economy)
The City has long been a leader in the reduction of food waste. Volunteer Food Runners deliver abo...
(Governing Sustainably)
Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) staff to...
(Protecting Natural Resources)
A Washington, D.C., native and Virginia Tech graduate, Ann Harman worked as a chemist for a while, b...
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