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Jul 18, 2012
Small- and Medium-Sized Communities Innovate on Clean-Energy and Efficiency Programs

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Jul 31, 2012
Big cities get all the attention, but smaller towns are turning out to be innovators in their own right. With wind in their sails from the Powering the New Energy Future from the Ground Up report, sponsored by the Henry M. Jackson Foundation and released last week by Climate Solutions, Babylon, NY and 33 other cities across the U.S. with populations under 250,000 are establishing themselves as leaders in pioneering clean energy solutions and addressing greenhouse gas emissions.
Jul 23, 2012
KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio
The City of Columbia has been highlighted as a “city to watch” by a nonprofit group based in several northwestern states. The report, released last week by the nonprofit Climate Solutions, highlights small and mid-sized communities finding creative solutions in clean energy.
Jul 23, 2012
Newsday highlights Climate Solutions' recognition of the Town of Babylon for its “green” building code and other clean energy programs.
Jul 23, 2012
Bainbridge Island provides an inspiring example in a new report about how small cities are charting the future of energy innovation. Faced with the prospect of building an expensive new power station, the community came together instead and conserved enough energy to avoid it.
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