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  • Visit Tomorrowland, the Greatest Place on Earth

    Oct 27, 2014, 4:07 pm By admin
  • NRDC VOICES: Next stop, Your Hometown

    Mon 9:15pm By admin
    More than 80 percent of Americans now live in or around cities—and the urbanization of our population has major implications for climate change. The sheer volume of all this growth in highly concentrated areas, combined with the corresponding growth in…
  • NRDC VOICES: The Metropolitan Club

    Mon 9:08pm By admin
    Our program, the City Energy Project, recruits U.S. cities to make their buildings more energy-efficient and cut carbon emissions. As it happens, when we were looking for models, we needed to look no further than right outside the window of NRDC’s Manhattan…
  • NRDC VOICES: The New Climate Federalism

    Mon 8:16pm By admin
    I heard one message come through loud and clear at the United Nations Climate Summit in September: We can’t fight climate change without City Hall. That may be why the first dignitary to take the podium after U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed…
  • Rogue Elephant

    Oct 17, 2014, 4:02 pm By admin
    Not long ago, on the stage of the Palladium performing arts center in Carmel, Indiana, the Carmel Symphony Orchestra welcomed a very special musical guest. Sitting in on French horn that evening was none other than the city’s mayor, Jim Brainard.
  • Keys to the City

    Oct 17, 2014, 3:09 pm By admin
    Cities are, fundamentally, about people—those who live in them as well as those who have the vision to lead. Meet some of the activists, sustainable developers, energy experts, scientists, and mayors who are taking action at home to strike a blow against…
  • Bloomberg's News

    Oct 17, 2014, 2:51 pm By admin
    Human communities are deeply vulnerable to climate extremes and coastal flooding, and Michael R. Bloomberg has been one of our nation’s most vocal leaders, at any level of government, in sounding the alarm.
  • Who's Ready for Climate Change?

    Oct 17, 2014, 2:36 pm By admin
    Climate change is going to affect every city on the planet in some way—but not necessarily in the same way. For those cities already adapting to it, strong, decisive action may spell the difference between surviving global warming and succumbing to it. As…
  • Greening Houston

    Oct 17, 2014, 9:26 am By admin
    Last February, Houston Mayor Annise Parker addressed an international climate summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, that was attended by a number of her fellow mayors from some of the world’s biggest, most illustrious cities. The topic of the three-day event…
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