January 23, 2020

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World's Largest Landfill Transformed into Park 3x the Size of Central Park

A monumental new green space is being developed on the site of an old landfill in NY.

To Get America Growing Again, It's Time to Unleash Our Cities

Cities are at the heart of a competitive and global future.

5 Ways to Help Your Community Go Local

Buy Independent and Buy Local campaigns have a big effect. Here's how you can reap the benefits for your local economy.

Shell, Nestle Among 54 Firms Launching U.N. Sustainability Program

The United Nations today launched a program encouraging corporations to share knowledge on sustainability, and signed up the first 54 participating companies.

All Happiness Is Local

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon What makes you happy? A new film says economics, not psychology, has the answer. A lot of...

Hoping for Fewer Recidivists, States Help Ex-Prisoners Find Jobs

Faced with budget gaps and high unemployment, California, Michigan, New York and several other states are attacking both problems with a surprising strategy.

Obama Previews SOTU: An Economy Working For All

From what President Obama himself says of the 2011 edition of his State of the Union speech that he is scheduled to give...

Urbanites Are Greener

People who live in big cities are more likely to act in "green" ways, finds a new study.

Note to Cities: Time to Talk Up the Positive

"We never talked about taking away things from people. We only talked about what they were going to get."

London's super sewer causes a stink

Most agree the 24-mile, 3.6bn pounds 'super sewer' is necessary. But Londoners are furious that Thames Water is choosing to drill in public...



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