Have you heard that 30 US Cities around the country are going to join together with the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability to voluntarily report their greenhouse gas emissions and other climate change-relevant data? Cities are actually going to be publicly measured and disclose their "green-ness" as it relates to GHGs (Greenhouse Gas Emissions).
Thus far, 21 cities have been announced as participants. There are still 9 other cities pending announcement. The cities who publicly announced their intent to participate are: Albany, NY, Albuquerque, NM, Anchorage, AK, Arlington, VA, Burlington, VT, Denver, CO, Dubuque, IA, Edina, MN, Fairfield, IA, Haverford, PA, Las Vegas, NV, New Orleans, LA, New York, NY, North Little Rock, AR, Pacific Grove, CA, Park City, UT, Portland, OR, Rohnert Park, CA, St. Paul, MN, Washougal, WA, and West Palm Beach, FL.
There is hope for a more sustainable future. If cities across the US are thinking in terms of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and how to Greenify Today for a Better Tomorrow, shouldn't you be doing the same at home and at work?!