Matt Dietrichson, Mar 14, 13.
The City of Houston's innovative recycling plan has been selected as one of the five winners in the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge.
Matt Dietrichson, Sep 25, 12.
The City of Dallas has set the ambitious goal to be recycling nearly all of its garbage by the year 2040.
Blogger, NPR; Astrophysicist, University of Rochester, Aug 22, 12.
The city as engine: energy, entropy and the triumph of disorder
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 29, 12.
The re-used building material warehouse run by Historic Houston had to close down last summer, but is now poised to re-open with a revamped business model.
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 08, 12.
Several new additions have made it to the list of America's most wasteful freeways.
Contributing writer - The Atlantic Cities, Miller-McCune, GOOD, The Christian Science Monitor, & New York Times, Dec 13, 11.
The missing link of climate change: single-family suburban homes
Jay Blazek Crossley, Nov 29, 11.
The San Francisco public composting program collected its millionth ton of food scraps producing 600,000 cubic yards of finished compost for 200 local farms.
David Crossley, Jun 07, 11.
A public meeting will be held to review and provide comments on an amendment that would add more money to the project to build SH 99 across Katy Prairie
David Crossley, May 24, 11.
TxDOT plans to spend nearly $5 billion on State Highway 99 over the next 4 years; public invited to comment
David Crossley, May 17, 11.
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