The Sarasota Herald Tribune reports that the latest trend for cities is for them to be green – more eco-friendly, walkable, workable and liveable (See Outtakes).
Cities that are “walkable,” workable and livable add up to the “s” word: sustainable. Cities that are centered on people and public transit, not cars, and built to higher standards of energy efficiency will save money, hum with new development and create jobs to suit a greener way of life.
Read more ….Do you think any of the top cities are adding more industrial customers in the middle of their historic districts (i.e. Port of Pensacola)?