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Alameda County Waste Management Authority
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The Alameda County Waste Management Authority/Source Reduction and Reduction Board, also known as StopWaste.Org, is a Joint Powers Authority in Alameda County. Its members include the county, the fourteen cities in the county and two special districts that provide solid waste and recycling services. Its education activities to encourage businesses to recycle include technical assistance for waste prevention and recycling, targeted outreach and assistance to large businesses, online resources...

Alameda Green Fleet Policy
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Since joining the Cool Counties program in 2002, Alameda County has integrated alternative- fuel and fuel-efficient vehicles into its fleet. The County added over 130 hybrid vehicles and explored a variety of alternative technologies, including bio-diesel, waste vegetable oil, compressed natural gas, and electric vehicles. The County is also developing a Consolidated Vehicle Use policy to provide detailed guidance for use of green vehicles, consistent with its Climate Action Plan.

Alameda Internal Climate Action Plan
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In developing the Alameda County Climate Action Plan for Government Services and Operations, the County's Sustainability Team set out with the idea that climate protection can increase resource efficiency, manage costs, and improve customer service, as well as reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The ten-year plan that was produced lays out a course for how the County can reduce its contribution to climate change while upholding the County's traditional priorities of high-quality...

AllEarth Renewables
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  • Training

AllEarth Renewables is dedicated to the design and manufacture of innovative technologies that provide renewable energy solutions for homeowners and businesses while creating sustainable, well-paying jobs.

Our grid-connected solar electric systems enable individuals to decrease their dependence on nuclear and fossil fuels, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and embark on the road to a more secure energy future. We envision a day when solar trackers and home wind turbines will be as...

Alliance for Local Sustainable Agriculture (ALSA)
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The Alliance for Local, Sustainable Agriculture (ALSA) was formed to preserve and expand community based sustainable agriculture. The health and economy of all are threatened when a diversified agricultural community does not thrive. ALSA strives to form a broad alliance of support through education, conflict resolution and advocacy.

The Alliance was created by local conservationists, farmers and business people to address challenges that threaten our local agriculture. These are...

Alliance of Communities for Sustainable Fisheries
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The ACSF was formed to allow for an organized community voice for fishing and fisheries in response to current and future state and federal legislation that affects fishing, fisheries, and attendant coastal and marine environments. We will also expand our areas of interest to include a wide body of constituents’ needs, specifically: all people who fish, all public or private agencies with an interest in fishing, all non-profit marine protection agencies, and any persons with an interest in...

Alliance to Save Energy
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The Alliance to Save Energy is a nonprofit coalition of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders. It undertakes research, educational programs, and policy advocacy, designs and implements energy-efficiency projects, promotes technology development and deployment, and builds public-private partnerships, in the U.S. and other countries.

Alpine County Watershed Group
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We love our rivers and streams. The protection of our rivers is vital for the health of our society and environment. However, we are challenging you to think of the bigger picture. Because water flows downhill and carries sediment, etc., the health of the land within our watersheds greatly impacts the health of our waters in the streams and rivers. Therefore, the Alpine Watershed Group focuses on issues regarding the health of our forests, the conditions of our roads, responsible recreation...

Alstom
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For nearly 100 years, Alstom has been a leading provider of vital equipment and services for the U.S. power generation and rail transportation markets. Drawing on the expertise of 96,000 professionals in more than 70 countries, and as many as 10,000 employees in the U.S., Alstom is driving the development of new technologies to meet rising demand for energy and alleviate urban congestion while minimizing impacts on the environment. A few quick facts about Alstom in the U.S.:

1. Alstom...

Alternative Fuel Incentive Program (AFIP - AB 1811)
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Pursuant to Assembly Bill (AB) 1811, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) developed a joint plan with the California Energy Commission to spend $25 million for the purposes of incentivizing the use and production of alternative fuels. AB 1811 required the funds to be encumbered by June 30, 2007.

Alternative Global Energy, Inc.
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Alternative Global Energy, Inc., (AGE), is a full-service energy corporation for residential, commercial, and industrial markets. Our engineers design cost-effective energy solutions and select green sustainable materials for construction and renovation projects. AGE also provides consulting services to advise on proficient energy use. Our environmental department ensures effective indoor air quality in all of our projects.

Amador County Recreation Agency (ACRA)
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Founded in 2003, the Amador County Recreation Agency (ACRA) is a joint powers authority designed to meet the recreation needs of all Amador County residents and visitors. We create, maintain and develop recreation facilities and programs throughout the county. ACRA provides recreation programming for youth, adults, and families. We also host special events, such as the 49er Bypass Challenge and Sutter Creek Duck Race. ACRA also sets up fun zones at other events throughout the county,...

Amador County Traffic Mitigation Fee
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As new additional traffic began to stress county roads, the funds to improve them were not sufficient to cover the impacts. Very little property tax revenue goes into County road funding. State Highways (Regional) and County (Local ) roads are maintained mostly from gasoline taxes which do not fully cover the costs. Amador County set up Traffic Mitigation Fees, effective October 25, 1999, to help mitigate the adverse impacts caused by new development and fund the cost of maintaining...

American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
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The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing energy efficiency as a means of promoting economic prosperity, energy security, and environmental protection. ACEEE carries out its mission by: Conducting in-depth technical and policy analyses; Advising policymakers and program managers; Working collaboratively with businesses, government officials, public interest groups, and other organizations; Convening conferences and...

American Farmland Trust
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American Farmland Trust is the nation's leading conservation organization dedicated to saving America’s farm and ranch land, promoting environmentally sound farming practices and supporting a sustainable future for farms. As the vital link among farmers, conservationists and policy-makers, we’re focused on ensuring the availability of the land that provides fresh food, a healthy environment and lasting rural landscapes. Since our founding in 1980 by a group of farmers and citizens concerned...

American Forests
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We are people who care about – and for – forests.

American Forests, the oldest national nonprofit conservation organization in the country, advocates for the protection and expansion of America’s forests. Since 1990, we have planted nearly 40 million trees. Our goal is to work with our partners to plant an additional 25-30 million trees in forest restoration projects during the next five years. We restore watersheds to help provide clean drinking water. We replant forests destroyed by...

American Planning Association: Promoting Infill Development Along Commercial Corridors
  • Case Study
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In response to SB 375, communities throughout California are considering plans to: encourage denser, mixed-use development along commercial corridors in order to create more walkable, transit friendly places. Many of these corridors are surrounded by single-family neighborhoods whose residents are concerned about the impact of new, higher density development on their quality of life.

American River Conservancy
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For more than 20 years, the American River Conservancy (ARC) has been preserving rivers and land for life. As a non-profit community organization in the central Sierra Nevada foothills, we work to preserve natural areas and cultural resources and build an enduring ethic of care, building a sustainable future for humans in harmony with nature.

We purchase or accept land and conservation easements from willing landowners and actively partner with governmental agencies, private donors,...

American Water Works Association
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The American Water Works Association is an international nonprofit educational association dedicated to safe water. Founded in 1881 as a forum for water professionals to share information and learn from each other for the common good, AWWA is the authoritative resource for knowledge, information, and advocacy for improving the quality and supply of water in North America and beyond.

An Advanced Policy Analysis for Sonoma County Water Agency
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  • Report

This report examines frequently used and innovative clean energy programs in approximately
100 counties in the United States. Cities and counties that are nationally recognized for their
innovation in this area are included in the data, along with a discussion of their major
programs. After examination of these projects, including award-winning or under-recognized
ones, the data is distilled into primary and secondary recommendations for clean energy
programs....

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