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Engineers Give Georgia Infrastructure a Grade of 'C'

Article: Engineers Give Georgia Infrastructure a Grade of 'C'

ATLANTA, Georgia, January 14, 2009 (ENS) – The 2009 Georgia Infrastructure Report Card, released on Tuesday by the Georgia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, gave the state’s infrastructure a cumulative grade of ‘C.’ The engineers concluded that Georgia’s infrastructure requires an investment of more than $150 billion over the next 30 years…

Reversing Climate Change Can Start In Your Mailbox

Article: Reversing Climate Change Can Start In Your Mailbox

The endless products stocking the shelves of the world require industry to extract mountains of natural resources. Junk mail is very similar in that it can create enormous piles in your mailbox while simultaneously requiring a large amount of wood, water, energy and chemicals to make. If there was a company that specialized in stopping…