Sustainability

States, Cities, and Counties in the U.S. Commit to 100 Percent Clean Energy

Cities and states commit to renewable energy with their own Green New Deals

The Green New Deal introduced into Congress is effectively dead, but that does not mean that ambitious plans to tackle climate change are dead in the U.S. States, cities, and counties have developed plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with commitments to 100 percent clean energy.

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U.S. Cities are Tackling Climate Change

U.S. cities tackle climate change, lead in the failure of national government

Although the U.S. pulled out of the Paris climate treaty, cities across the country are doing what they can to tackle climate change. Cities play an important part in limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees. That’s the limit that is necessary to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Achieving that goal requires big changes as soon as possible, according to a new report …

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Water Efficiency for Business

Much too often the narrative for business about sustainability centers on immediate costs. Claims that it is too costly or complicated to adopt sensible strategies to increase efficiency, conserve resources, and reduce environmental impact is simply not true. This infographic, courtesy of Illinois-based Dober, shows five simple examples for improving water efficiency at low or now cost. Dober

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