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Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 13.
The extraordinary drought that plagued Texas between 2010 and 2011 caused a major drop in the state's groundwater, and future predictions aren't much better
Matt Dietrichson, May 08, 13.
Seattle officials have released a 37-year climate action plan, which is one of the most ambitious city-wide initiatives the US has seen.
Matt Dietrichson, May 07, 13.
USDA scientists warn that the continued collapse of American honey bee colonies is leading to a nationwide "pollination disaster".
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13 reasons you should bike to work
Matt Dietrichson, May 02, 13.
The United Nation's 2013 Human Development Report warns that without serious changes billions of people could be pushed into extreme poverty.
Sewage treatment plants must be built near waterways, making them prime targets for superstorms like Hurricane Sandy.
International consultant on sustainable urban planning; Former mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, May 01, 13.
A US template for a third-millennium city
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Midwest flooding a reminder of sprawl's dangers
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 24, 13.
Through a wide range of efforts, the Danish capital of Copenhagen is moving rapidly towards becoming a carbon-neutral city.
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