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Going Green in the City

Posted on April 5, 2013

Sustainability and ways that individuals can reduce their carbon footprint are becoming increasingly important in the city of Chicago. Today we meet with Heather Korpella from Chicago Gateway Green to tell us ways they’re beautifying City expressways and more. We also chat with Stephanie Katsaros from Bright Beat about mobile workshops at the APA National Planning Conference. And finally, Adam Burck from the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce discusses the upcoming Green Resources Fair.
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