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Alana Miller Aug 14
Replying to @CityofDenver
In cities like Denver where growth is booming, energy regulation for *new* buildings is critical. is going through code update right now to meet our goals. Our code will be much more robust than many cities in the country.
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World Resources Inst Jun 1
Two years ago, President Trump announced his intent to withdraw the U.S. from the . Since that moment, hundreds of cities have taken into their own hands — with 25 leading the way.
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IMT Jun 3
What did you do this weekend? On Saturday, we celebrated the one-year anniversary of ’s American Cities Climate Challenge— and the 25 winning who are working to create a low-carbon future.
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WRI Energy Jun 21
The Clean Power Plan would have cut CO2 emissions by 870 million metric tons by 2030 -- the Trump Admin's replacement plan cuts a mere 11 million metric tons. Luckily American Cities Climate Challenge cities are making up the gap with their own CO2 reductions.
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Antha N. Williams Aug 15
Yet another ambitious climate proposal would push forward building electrification in , one of our American Cities Climate Challenge cities. Loving this leadership from !
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Alana Miller Jul 9
Heading into Capitol Hill to figure out some north/south connections from the Cherry Creek trail
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World Resources Inst Jun 27
is on the road to carbon-free electricity by 2021 & 100% by 2050. Watch Power Specialist Kelly Morris discuss bringing the benefits of to San Jose with help from the Renewables Accelerator.
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World Resources Inst May 29
While federal action on lags behind, the nation’s capital city sets the most ambitious clean energy target in the U.S., with committing to 100% renewable energy by 2032.
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NRDC 🌎 May 17
Happy to all the who are working to create safer and more bike-friendly cities! Expanding access to low-carbon transit is a crucial strategy in the push towards a cleaner, more sustainable planet 🚲🌎
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NACTO Aug 12
On the ground in Minneapolis, talking rapid street improvements for better transit + climate action!
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Michael V. Drake May 16
This afternoon, we announced ’s partnership with , and others to found the Midwestern Collegiate Climate Summit. Together, we will create a brighter 🌞 and more sustainable future.   Read more:
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WRI Climate Jun 1
Despite a lack of at the federal level, cities are doing their part to quickly move to . This year, committed to 100% renewables by 2045.
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Alana Miller Jul 9
Out here with coming up with ways to expand safe, high comfort bike facilities across the city
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WRI Climate Jun 1
While the U.S. announced its intent to withdraw from the two years ago, American cities are committing to faster than ever. committed to 100% clean energy by 2050.
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Bloomberg Cities Jun 1
One year ago, launched the American Cities Climate Challenge, bringing together 25 and a network of experts to create a low-carbon future. Together, they’re reducing more than 40 million metric tons of CO2.
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C40 Cities Jul 17
Cities aren’t waiting on Washington to step up with bold climate action. Mayor of Portland and mayors from four other will testify before the committee about the power of climate action at the local level.
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Rocky Mountain Inst May 30
Ahead of the anniversary of the U.S. intent to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, we’re highlighting American cities that are doing their part on climate. has committed to 100% clean electricity for its municipal operations by 2035!
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World Resources Inst Jun 27
San Jose hopes to enter into a few long-term power purchase agreements by 2021 – with assistance from the Renewables Accelerator.
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Alana Miller Jul 9
Another, not so lovely (yet!), street in my neighborhood. Measuring the lanes with and to see how we can safely accommodate & encourage more people on foot, bike and bus
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NRDC 🌎 May 17
Through ’s American Cities Climate Challenge, 25 cities are prioritizing biking and other forms of low-carbon transit - making it safer, cheaper, and more accessible for residents. 😊🚲
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