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In 2012, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the Northeastern region of the United States, leaving many coastal areas decimated afterward. It was the deadliest storm to hit the US in 2012 and the second most...

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In most American cities, water plays an important role as a source of transportation, communication, and the overall urban well being through generating a decent water supply for residences and green spaces. However, many of...

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Los Angeles is the second most populous city in the United States. Boasting a city population of 3.8 million and a metropolitan area of over 13 million, the city is well know for its importance...

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As a city dweller of Baltimore, and an occasional cyclist, I find biking to be an enjoyable – and in most cases – easier way to get around the city. I save money on gas,...

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Cities have always served as a center for culture, economic activity, social interaction and integration. Cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago provide iconic views to the citizens who live there as well as...

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If you walk through most of downtown DC, you’ll notice that there are bike lanes that will take you just about everywhere throughout the city. In fact, the nation’s capital has become quite the attraction...

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Baltimore has taken tremendous steps to become a greener city. In 2007, legislation was passed by city council that would require that all new buildings and large renovations within city limits receive a minimum rating...

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