Infrastructure & Environment

Why GMO Labeling May Finally Win Voters' Approval

After efforts to label genetically modified food have failed in most states, there’s reason to think things will go differently in November in Oregon and possibly Colorado.

Moody's Predicts Huge Potential for P3s

Public-private partnerships are still relatively new for most U.S. states, but analysts anticipate they will become more common.

Facing Climate Change, Cities Come to the Rescue

Lacking substantial state or federal support, local governments throughout the country are using natural disasters as a way to get their infrastructure, personnel and budgets better prepared for the next.

To Prevent Long Power Outages, Communities Look to Microgrids

As severe weather becomes more common, microgrids are gaining popularity as a way to keep the power on at critical facilities during widespread blackouts.

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