Monthly Archives: September 2015

Job creation data for green projects don’t tell the whole story, researchers find

Government Technology By News staff September 24, 2015 Green energy advocates might be holding themselves back by not considering the full economic impact of their environmentally friendly projects, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy is arguing in a new … Continue reading

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How broadband helped make Columbus, Ohio, an intelligent community

Government Technology By Steve Towns, @stowns57 September 23, 2015 In June, Columbus, Ohio, was named Intelligent Community of the Year by the Intelligent Communities Forum (ICF), an organization that promotes using technology to boost economic success and tackle social challenges. … Continue reading

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California seeks to build one of world’s largest recycled water programs

Los Angeles Times By Matt Stevens, matt.stevens@latimes.com September 22, 2015 The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is in talks with Los Angeles County sanitation districts about developing what could be one of the largest recycled water programs in the … Continue reading

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