Some examples of how the living can transform a domain of the dead into a valued community asset.
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A new Department of Energy report suggests that new technology could unlock renewable energy potential in Southeastern states. But building new wind farms will likely involve a mix of practical and political challenges.
In addition to creating jobs and organic food, embracing local agriculture might help ease crime and recidivism, too.
Cuts in services may be the only answer, though activists hope to amend the constitution.
Supporters of IT inventorying legislation in California say it will improve access and spark innovation. But some fear it could help cyber criminals zero in on local governments.
Rosetta Carrington Lue, Philadelphia’s chief customer experience strategy, innovation and technology officer, discusses principles of the customer service experience.
Shifting costs to local school districts and universities seems inevitable. But that solution “is not at simple as moving the burden off of the state,” says the deputy executive director of the Illinois Association of School Boards.
There’s a lot that falls under the local public works umbrella.
A new Bureau of Reclamation report offers municipalities a number of innovative ways to conserve and reuse the strained natural resource.
The Obama administration is fighting back against criticism that states don’t get enough say under the law.