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Discussions Discussion Sustainable city
Niall Patrick, Feb. 10, 2014

In this type of city, that has a central focus on low carbon transportation, I can imagine a clean environment and atmosphere where there is little to no smog and clear visibility for miles. This type of clean environment is rare to see in cities as there are lots of pollutants and bad emissions coming from cars that have high carbon emissions. A goal I would have as a mayor of this town is to make the city look like the outdoors and the wildlife environments. This would offer a large benefit towards the atmosphere and in result I would expect people to move to this city as a city with low emissions is in very high demand these days as global warming and climate change are becoming real and serious threats. Ultimately people are drawn to clean and ecofriendly cities and it would be my goal to bring people the city, increase GDP and make clean energy a new energy.

Niall Patrick
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Discussions Discussion We’re going to Disneyland!
Bert Breton, Feb. 21, 2011

The Walt Disney Company recently announced a significant set of strategic environmental goals in order to reduce its environmental impact…The environmental goals include three- to five-year targets to reduce waste, emissions, electricity and fuel use and impact on water and ecosystems. The report includes the company’s first comprehensive greenhouse gas inventory, as well as goals to minimize product footprint’s and contribute to positive environmental action.

http://earth911.com/news/2009/03/18/disney-announces-long-term-environmental-goals/
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Emily Nelsen, Jan. 25, 2011

Great website for kids to learn about climate change and making a different. Full of educational links, mini lessons, and games!

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/index.html
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Emily Nelsen, Jan. 25, 2011

A fun activity and way of sharing how you are trying to make a difference!

http://www.epa.gov/pick5/
Emily Nelsen
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