Austin is striving to become a model city for sustainability

It may be located in the heart of Texas, a state known as a major petroleum producer, but Austin is striving to become a model city for sustainability. And it’s already showing results. Brut nature met with its mayor, Steve Adler, as part of the C40 Cities.

01/02/2020 11:56 AM
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  • Matthew E.
    01/06/2020 00:35

    Shut up, oil has saves way more lives then it could ever take, Austin is going down the tubes, more homelessness, more drug use, more unemployed, real sustainable

  • James G.
    01/03/2020 03:34

    Lol i love co2

  • Emma R.
    01/03/2020 02:13

    ALSO the city of Kombucha! ^_^

  • Santiago M.
    01/02/2020 19:56

    Wonderful, unfortunately ignorant clown Donald Trump doesn't believe in science and continues destroying everything he touches

  • Nathalie B.
    01/02/2020 18:28

    Americans are models for ecology...heu...really??

  • Cindy G.
    01/02/2020 16:52

    I've sent this information directly to my City's email address with a note - who ever reads this should consider doing the same - Canada only has 3 cities recognized as a C40 member - we MUST do better!!

  • Cindy G.
    01/02/2020 16:40

    If in the heart of Texas they can look at mitigating their climate footprint, strive towards 0 emissions for all city operations and view alternative methods as a challenge, then surely all other cities can strive towards this goal as well! Bravo Mayor Steve Adler and community!

  • Watson T.
    01/02/2020 16:39

    hahahahahaha , how many bombs and war machines cancel your bullshit out

  • Pratik K.
    01/02/2020 13:52

    Can just hope.. this happens in reality and other cities learn and understand the urgency of climate change