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Nearly four years after Hurricane Katrina, it's getting easier to be green in the Big Easy.
Beyond its claim as sailing capital of the world, Annapolis has grown into the environmental hub of the Chesapeake Bay region.
America's premiere wine country is well-known for its reds and whites, but Napa and its vineyards boast plenty of green, too.
Once dubbed 'the Big Smoke,' the British capital has been clearing the air and greening the ground as it prepares to host the 2012 Olympics.
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Known for its theme parks and outlet malls, Orlando isn't being mousy about going green.
Dartmouth College students aim to inspire Americans to reconsider their relationship to the planet and with each other.
With a focus on local farms, Vermont's biggest city helps give the Green Mountain State its eco-friendly tint.
Certified "green tourism" protects natural and cultural resources and pays fair wages to workers in Guatemala
The biggest city on Earth is also surprisingly green, thanks to its focus on local food, dense development and trains that go almost anywhere.
Heading to Curtain Bluff may be a circuitous route to saving the world, but options like these are sure to attract of plenty of willing do-gooders.
This on-the-go man has been all around the world working in service to the world's rivers.
A city on its quest to become peachy green.
It's not easy being green in the desert, but New Mexico's biggest city is growing into an environmental oasis.
River town on a roll.
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