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Next American City 2016-02-10 16:00:00
The Spring Bank branch and headquarters on 167th Street in The Bronx, New York (Photo by Oscar Perry Abello) It was September 15th, 2008. Melanie Stern was the point-person for the New York State Coalition of CDFIs (community development financial institutions). She and a few other coalition representatives were meeting in Albany, New York, with Michael Skrebutenas, then deputy secretary for …


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Unbeige 2016-02-10 20:45:16
The most popular FishbowlNY post for the past two weeks has been ?Journalism Student Decides New York Times Is Not For Her.? Our Jan. 27 item, about St. Bonaventure University undergrad Hannah Gordon?s visit to the paper and her subsequently expressed disappointment with the newsroom vibe, was picked up that same day by Jim Romenesko, sparking a very active discussion in the Facebook …


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Next American City 2016-02-09 20:33:00
Atlanta is considering adopting more form-based zoning codes. (Photo by James Rintamaki via Flickr) Atlanta is in the midst of rethinking city zoning codes, which could result in better walkability, improved access to transit, increased housing density and the preservation of historic neighborhood aesthetics, Creative Loafing reports. Related Stories These Cool GIFs Show How 8 U.S. Cities Have SprawledBoard Game Challenges Players to …


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Climate Progress 2016-02-10 17:02:28
The U.S. solar industry now employs slightly over 200,000 workers, representing a growth of 20 percent since November of 2014. The post California And Massachusetts Lead U.S. Solar Boom appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Climate Progress 2016-02-12 05:06:18
PBS didn't ask about the most critical decision the next president will have to make. The post The Biggest Issue Facing The Next President Didn?t Come Up At The Democratic Debate Once appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Plataforma Arquitectura (in Spanish) 2016-02-12 02:00:00
© LumKa Photography Arquitectos: Studio8 Vietnam · Perfil de la Oficina Ubicación: District 10, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Arquitectos A Cargo: Pham Xuan Nghia, Nguyen Tran Linh Área: 250.0 m2 Año Proyecto: 2015 Fotografías: LumKa Photography …


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Climate Progress 2016-02-12 13:00:19
The Cold War may be remembered as a time lived in constant fear of nuclear annihilation, but it was also a time of tremendous scientific progress. Just ask climate scientist Michael MacCracken. The post A Cold War Story Of Climate Science appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Contemporist 2016-02-08 14:38:38
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Contemporist 2016-02-09 23:32:13
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Climate Progress 2016-02-09 21:37:12
The fine is the latest in a series of penalties owed by the company for its involvement in the spill. The post Duke Energy Fined $6.6 Million For Massive Coal Waste Spill appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Climate Progress 2016-02-09 19:12:33
A new study claims climate change will harm poor countries a great deal and rich countries very little. That's only half right. Here's why. The post No, Poor Countries Aren’t The Only Ones That Will Suffer From Climate Change appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Climate Progress 2016-02-09 23:52:29
The order casts a cloud of doubt over whether the United States of America is capable of taking steps needed to mitigate climate change. The post BREAKING: The Supreme Court Just Gave The Finger To Obama?s Plan To Slow Climate Change appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Climate Progress 2016-02-10 02:59:19
The shocking decision by the five conservative Supreme Court justices to "stay" EPA's carbon regulations does not, by itself, destroy what's left of the Court's reputation -- or even doom the EPA's Clean Power Plan. The post Will John Roberts Destroy His Reputation And A Livable Climate At The Same Time? appeared first on ThinkProgress.


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Contemporist 2016-02-10 13:45:50
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