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California Cap and Trade: A Model for the Rest of the U.S.?

Mar 18th, 2012 | By
California Cap and Trade: A Model for the Rest of the U.S.?

It’s rare in these politically turbulent times for a government entity to make a unanimous decision, but that’s what happened as California’s Air Resources Board (ARB) adopted the most stringent cap-and-trade mandate in the United States in October 2011. This cap-and-trade program is one of the measures being carried out under California’s Global Warming Solutions
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Sustainable Airports: Boston Logan

Nov 13th, 2011 | By
Sustainable Airports: Boston Logan

Boston’s Logan International Airport, New England’s largest transportation center, serves more than 20 million passengers per year and employs 12,000 people. Despite its size, Boston Logan is one of the nation’s most environmentally advanced transportation hubs.  In 2008, the airport won the Environmental Management Award presented by the Airports Council International–North America (ACI-NA), in large
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