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What is your city doing to Go Green?

At How All Green Things Work we want to know, so if your city is doing anything to help build a more sustainable community of living, Whether its recycling, setting up more recycling trash cans, cleaning up parks, or anything at all...


Let us know, At How All Green Things Work We would like to publish an article on our website to show everyone how they could follow in your example in creating a more sustainable community.


Just fill out the form on the left and will contact you as soon as possible. And you can upload any pictures here. just make sure to name them after your city.


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Cities That Are Already Going Green!

Franklin, Tennessee
goes electric for parking enforcement
Getting a parking ticket in Franklin, Tenn., just got a whole lot cuter. As part of the city’s “Go Green” effort, the Franklin Police Department purchased an electric car to enforce parking in the historic downtown area and nearby parking garages.



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San Bernardino, California
Going green in San Bernardino CA

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors recognizes that prosperity and economic development cannot be achieved at the expense of our environment. The County must strike a balance between development and environmental stewardship to keep our economy strong and, at the same time, protect our environment.

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San Jose, California
Becoming a global center of clean technologies.

Brocades new complex is moving to San Jose - the 10th largest city in America - Closer to one of its key goals: constructing or retrofitting 50 million squre feet of green buildings by 2025. "We need to catch the clean tech wave to remain the innovation center of the world" - Mayor Chuck Reed

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Rhode Island
Taking steps to become a GREENER state!
RIEDC Approves $1.2 Million in Renewable Energy Funding The RIEDC's Board of Directors and Interim Executive Director approved over $1.2 million in funding from the Corporation’s Renewable Energy Fund for eight renewable energy projects. The awards will create an estimated 21 full and 100 part-time positions.

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San Francisco, California
Using Technology To become a greener city!
San Francisco is using advanced technology – and the strong arm of government – to turn the city into one of America's greenest. It may look crude, but this three-story-high knot of conveyors, computers, bins, and gears is a central part of San Francisco's growing effort to use technology and ingenuity as the most innovative companies do: to cut costs, solve problems, and improve life for customers (or in this case, citizens).

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