Can You Name The Greenest U.S. Cities?

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With eco-minded government officials and residents, even a concrete jungle can be green. Discover which cities are really looking out for the planet.

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Which city was the first in the U.S. to ban plastic grocery bags?

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Which major city has the highest percentage of bicycle commuters?

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Which city was the first in the U.S. to be powered entirely by solar, wind and other forms of clean energy?

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Smart car in San Francisco
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Whether it's New York or LA, when you're driving in city traffic, how many miles per gallon can you get out of the smart car?

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Which city has the greatest amount of installed solar power capacity?

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Which city requires its residents to compost?

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To which city did the Department of Transportation grant $40 million to prototype the future of urban transportation?

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Which city is installing 500 sensor boxes that will give residents block-by-block data on air quality, noise levels and traffic?

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Chicago City Hall green roof
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Which was the first major U.S. city to pass requirements for green roofs on new buildings?

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Which city ranked #1 for green transportation in 2016 according to WalletHub analysts?

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What is the most walkable city according to Walk Score?

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