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Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Sustainability, from most recent to least.
How Amazon's HQ2 Proposal Fulfills Pentagon City's Sustainability Guidelines
Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2022
Amazon expects HQ2 will be able to achieve net-zero carbon output.... read»
More Details, and More-Detailed Renderings, for One of the Largest Developments Planned in DC
Nena Perry-Brown | December 15th 2020
ANC 6D commissioners raised concerns about how the Buzzard Point project incorporates sustainability, resiliency, and affordability.... read»
Arlington Revamps Green Building Incentive Program
Lark Turner | November 17th 2014
The county board voted on Saturday to update its voluntary Green Building Incentives Program for builders.... read»
Car Companies Now Competing to Build...Houses?
Lark Turner | May 2nd 2014
GM recently unveiled a prototype container home, and Toyota and Honda are making homes as well.... read»
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Will DC Eventually Be the Country's Greenest City?
Shilpi Paul | February 20th 2013
A year ago, Mayor Gray revealed his goal of making DC the "healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the United States." On Wednesday, Gray intro... read»
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