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"Historic" International Day of Climate Action
“Historic” International Day of Climate Action
Apparently 350.org’s October 24th International Day of Climate Action was a huge success and a historic day for climate activism across the globe. According to organizers, there were  5,200 events in 181 countries. CNN called it “The most widespread day ...
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Not Letting the Perfect Be the Enemy of the Good
Not Letting the Perfect Be the Enemy of the Good
Famed American architect and urban planner Daniel Burnham is often quoted as saying, “Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably will not themselves be realized.” But perhaps in this modern area, it’s less ...
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U.S. Senate Climate Hearings - Will Washington Champion Sustainable Transportation?
U.S. Senate Climate Hearings – Will Washington Champion Sustainable Transportation?
“the science is screaming at us to take action” ~Senator John Kerry Today is the second installment of the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee‘s three-day legislative hearing on the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (see archived ...
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Prince George's County Plan Envisions Transit Expansion
Prince George's County Plan Envisions Transit Expansion
The Washington Post reported Monday that Prince George’s County is updating its 25-year-old transportation master plan to include an extension of the Metro Green line, the proposed Purple line, and consideration of high-occupancy toll lanes on County highways. According to ...
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SeeClickFix DC: More Responsive Government at Your Fingertips
TheCityFix DC talks a lot about how we’d like to see D.C. change. We’re also committed to making sure that your voices get heard. That (and the similar names!) is why we’ve teamed up with SeeClickFix to try and spread ...
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Google Maps Takes on Sustainable Mobility
Google Maps Takes on Sustainable Mobility
Considering a company whose mission is to “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful,” I think it’s safe to say that Google’s map division has met and exceeded all expectations when it comes to deploying ...
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