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Index Names Notable Cities Reaching Sustainable Goals; California Nabs 4 of Top 10

US cities, home to more than 62% of the domestic population, are at a critical juncture, with many experiencing dangerous levels of water scarcity and drought, food insecurity, and flooding due to sea-level rise, as well as other challenges. Now, cities have received a wake-up call – and a call... Read more » The post Index Names Notable Cities Reaching Sustainable Goals; California Nabs 4 of Top 10 appeared first on Environmental Leader.
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