Jeez. Granted much of what is passed as legislation hardly passes for anything concerned with sustaining much more than an image of sustainability. It is a buzzword, but the underlying pathos of the article and what its covering is heartening to read. I mean what elected official is not in favor of another nice sounding office or committee? The 'office of Sustainability' on the one hand could be one the office that part of the public (that does get involved) in political action, neighborhood community building, and bringing new innovative technologies to this metro area would champion. On the other hand, it could be all the same as ever with a new marketing campaign.
'said McLean, who added that a city plan--with tangible benchmarks on sustainability--was more important than the creation of a new office.' -right on-
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