Don't wait to enter Florida Realtors® annual Environmental Award program, or you may be green with ENVY when the winner is chosen. Popularly known as the "ENVY" award, the honor goes to a development that best preserves Florida's natural quality of life. The award may be given in two categories: one for residential development and one for commercial development.
Climate Change and U.S. Food Production: New Reports Highlight Growing "Food Security" Worries for Nation
News Event to Feature Food Security Expert and Midwest Farmer Highlighted in Video Testimonial on Climate Change Impacts
Two new reports highlighting the growing threats to U.S. food security – including both production on the farm and the cost to consumers – will be highlighted during a Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) media briefing at 1 p.m. Eastern/noon Central Thursday (May 1, 2014).
Law gives Commissioners less than three months to decide
Mass transit supporters say Clayton County voters will not get to vote on MARTA if leaders fail to act by July 1. “The clock is ticking,” said David Emory, president of Citizens for Progressive Transit. “The state legislature has given Clayton a remarkable opportunity to join MARTA this year, but the window of opportunity is small and closing fast.”
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If you’re sick of the amount of money you need to pay for energy bills you’d be happy to know that there are things you can do to have a smaller bill at the end of each month.
The Atlanta Regional Commission’s (ARC) Environment and Land Use Committee (ELUC) recently welcomed 14 new members, taking its membership total to 33. There are 18 elected officials among the 33, including Rockdale County Commission Chairman Richard Oden who serves as chairman of ELUC.
Duke uses ratepayer money to buy political favor with Dems, GOP
Each year, Duke Energy charges North Carolina ratepayers for money poured onto groups representing both major political parties at the federal and state levels, according to documents obtained by NC WARN (read part one) during the discovery phase of Duke’s current rate hike request.