Greetings from the US Navy
Meet some of the Georgia sailors in the US Navy
Meet some of the Georgia sailors in the US Navy.
Majority of Los Angeles County residents face high risk to climate hazards, new study showsA new study released by the Los Angeles County’s Chief Sustainability Office (CSO) shows that more than half of the county’s approximately 10 million residents live in a community deemed highly exposed to impending and severe climate impacts. According to The Climate Vulnerability Assessment (CVA), an estimated 56 percent of L.A. County residents (nearly 5.7 […]
Under water? This guide can help cities and towns navigate the floodLast month, remnants of Hurricane Ida churned through the eastern U.S., leaving a trail of devastation in its wake. The rain fell fast and hard, breaking records set just 11 days earlier by Tropical Storm Henri. Ultimately, the storm killed 82 people, as waterfalls roared into subway stations and storm stations were overwhelmed, turning roadways […]
Grant program recognizes cities furthering racial justice through police reformThroughout the United States, law enforcement agencies are increasingly turning to co-responder models for calls involving those suffering a mental health crisis, substance abusers and people who are homeless. Many are also implementing mandatory officer training covering discrimination and implicit bias. A recently announced national grant program seeks to recognize and support programs and practices furthering the […]
The top 10 most sustainable midsized citiesClimate change is something that is affecting cities of all sizes across the country, leading local governments to develop sustainability programs for energy, construction and transportation departments. American City & County recently reported on an analysis by AdvisorSmith that examined data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Energy […]