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Washington achieves top sustainability certification for cities
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3 January 2018
On 3 January 2018 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
In August, Washington, DC was the first to receive the top 'platinum' certification under a global sustainability program called LEED for Cities, which tracks performance on energy use, waste management, water, transport, and even quality of life. Washington was joined by Phoenix in December. LEED for Cities tracks changes in how a city is performing across 14 metrics. It uses an online platform allowing cities to analyze and compare their progress, focusing on outcomes rather than pledges.
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