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October 2014

Hierarchies in waste, transportation, energy and more

There are so many sustainability solutions, how do you know which is “better?” There are different ways to define “better,” depending on your priorities, and you’ll often see options ranked for cost efficiency and political expediency, but it’s never a bad idea to start out by understanding which methods are considered the BEST – in terms […]

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How vacant land can keep sewage out of the River

Thursday, September 25 was the last in the series of Mayor Duggan’s charter-mandated district-based meetings. In the sanctuary of the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Mayor Duggan clicked through slides detailing his accomplishments in lighting up the streets, addressing the water shutoffs, explaining the Great Lakes Water Authority, and his plan for getting buses to run property. The […]

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