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Report/Paper: Climate Protection Strategies and Best Practices Guide
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Published by Mayors Climate Protection Center (original article)

This report provides a wide range of illustrations of how cities are tackling the need to conserve energy and other resources and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and what they are accomplishing as a result of their efforts. These best practices vary greatly in size, scope, cost, and focus. Some are well established and some are just getting underway, but all have ideas to offer on how to protect our cities today and our planet in the years ahead.

Published by Mayors Climate Protection Center, http://www.usmayors.org/climateprotection/documents/2007bestpractices-mcps.pdf

See related: US Conference of Mayors: Energy and Environment Best Practices Guide 2007

This report on U.S. cities' efforts to conserve energy and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that threaten our planet has been prepared for the Mayors Climate Protection Summit in Seattle.

This report provides a wide range of illustrations of how cities are tackling the need to conserve energy and other resources and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and what they are accomplishing as a result of their efforts. These best practices vary greatly in size, scope, cost, and focus. Some are well established and some are just getting underway, but all have ideas to offer on how to protect our cities today and our planet in the years ahead.

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