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How Bike Share is Changing American Cities
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How Bike Share is Changing American Cities

There are now 55 bike share systems across the country and more than 42,000 bikes... More

HHHunt Closes on Land For Townhome Project
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HHHunt Closes on Land For Townhome Project

The site in Henrico, Va. will be filled with more than five dozen three-story... More

Here's What's Being Considered for D.C.'s Former Fannie Mae Site
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Here's What's Being Considered for D.C.'s Former Fannie Mae Site

With Fannie Mae planning to move, it's time to figure out what to do with its... More

10 Charming U.S. Towns To Retire In
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10 Charming U.S. Towns To Retire In

It’s a difficult task to judge the 10 prettiest retirement towns in America, but... More

Self-Driving Cars May Not Look Like Cars at All
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Self-Driving Cars May Not Look Like Cars at All

TreeHugger blogger Lloyd Alter takes a look into the future of driver-less cars. More

Metro Phoenix is Growing Thanks to Land Purchases
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Metro Phoenix is Growing Thanks to Land Purchases

But, will potential home buyers make the move to these new areas? More

Pulte Acquires Former Radio Tower Site
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Pulte Acquires Former Radio Tower Site

PulteGroup paid $5.1 million for a former radio tower site in suburban Palm Beach... More

The World Could Reach Peak Coal And Oil In Just Three Years
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The World Could Reach Peak Coal And Oil In Just Three Years

We're not running out of fossil fuels, they're just not going to be worth it. More

Sea Levels Could Rise 8 Feet
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Sea Levels Could Rise 8 Feet

These animated videos show the findings of a new report on sea level rise, so you... More

Native Americans Face Lack of Housing and Discrimination
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Native Americans Face Lack of Housing and Discrimination

However, only four formal complaints have been filed in the last 10 years. More

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