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Emerging Roles for NOLA Rain Gardens

  Native tree and shrub rain gardens offer hope for managing New Orleans stormwaters.

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Trees: A Means of Cooling Without ‘Chilling’?

  A Tualatin River, Oregon, project seeks to use trees and shade to cool water naturally…saving electricity and costs associated with ‘chillers.’

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A Breakthrough in Making Plastic from Methane?

  Efforts to convert methane to plastic offer one glimpse into using market-driven approaches to managing climate change.

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Smart Grids: One Key to Saving Energy

Utilities are modernizing their electricity distribution approaches to improve energy efficiency.

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Engaged, Proactive Community Seen Critical to Resiliency Efforts

  A buzzword among city planners, the concept of ‘resiliency’ calls for preparing for new day-to-day realities.

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Battery Storage Progress Seen Key to Clean Energy Future

  Promising energy storage technologies could speed transition to clean-energy future.

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Basic Goal of ‘Boulder Strong’ … Resiliency

  Clean energy, affordable housing, and local ag products seen critical in city ravaged by wildfires, drought, and massive flooding.

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