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WBEZ Worldview: Howard Learner discusses what cities can do to fight climate change

“New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio authorized a lawsuit against five major oil companies yesterday, hoping to recoup the costs imposed on the city by climate change. In 2012 New York’s streets and subways flooded during Hurricane Sandy, and rising sea levels have strained ocean infrastructure around the city. ‘Sandy taught us how destructive

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OpEd Des Moines Register: Iowa Cities Can Drive Climate Action with Paris Accord in Flux

Iowa Cities can Drive Climate Action with Paris Accord in Flux by Howard A. Learner While President Trump steps back from climate reality by withdrawing the United States from the landmark Paris Climate Accord, mayors in Iowa and across our country are stepping up to fill the void. The recent North American Climate Summit brought

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Howard Learner in Lansing State Journal: Michigan Cities Can Lead on Climate

December 17, 2017 Michigan Cities Can Be Agents Of Change On Climate By Howard A. Learner While President Trump stepped back by withdrawing the United States from the landmark Paris Climate Accord, mayors in Michigan and across our country have committed to step up and fill the void. Now is the time for these municipal

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Midwest Energy News: ELPC’s Kelter Applauds Indy Airport EV Shuttle Bus Expansion

At Indianapolis Airport, Electric Shuttles Making Holiday Travel a Little Cleaner By Kari Lydersen Shuttling between airport terminals on noisy, smelly buses can be one more headache for weary passengers. It can also be a source of air pollution when fleets of diesel-powered shuttles run around the clock. At the Indianapolis International Airport, the situation

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