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Elizabeth Daigneau is managing editor of GOVERNING Magazine, sister publication to Government Technology.
If you look at the cities that have achieved notice for their accomplishments, it’s usually as much or more an implementation story than an idea story.
A free app from the U.S. Forest Service helps public officials quantify the value of urban forests.
Cities across the country require commercial buildings to track and publicize their energy and water use in an effort to reduce it. A recent report, however, suggests it may not be working.
After two storms left nearly 1 million homes and businesses without power in 2012, Connecticut began testing whether small electric grids can provide power even when the main grid loses it.