Nashville Strives to Become Greenest City in the Southeast

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Nashville Mayor, Megan Barry, recently released a list of priorities with the goal of making Nashville “the greenest city in the Southeast.”

Some of the goals include adding solar panels to government buildings, increased residential recycling, and planting 50,000 trees around town. In addition, the plan advocates for Nashvillians to utilize public transportation more frequently and also encourages the usage of bike transportation.

The Mayor’s office has asked for Nashville’s help in collecting public feedback on the plan. To read the full report, click here and then click here to take the survey.

  1. Read the Livable Nashville report recommendations on greening Nashville.
  2. Take the survey by March 7, 2017.

What do you think about the report? Do you think Nashville can become the greenest city in the Southeast by 2020?

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