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By CNT. December 6, 2010
22 policy recommendations for the next leader of Chicago to create jobs and increase residents’ incomes that are fiscally responsible and protect the environment. Chicago’s next leaders have an excellent opportunity to demonstrate what CNT has long understood: that sustainable development is economic development.
http://www.cnt.org/repository/Investing_Chicago_FINAL.pdf (343.9kb) - White Paper
By CNT, CTOD. June 30, 2010
Center for Transit Oriented Development
Transit-oriented development-- a mix of residential and commercial development within walking distance of public transportation --can play a substantial part in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
http://www.cnt.org/repository/TOD-Potential-GHG-Emissions-Growth.FINAL.pdf (5,072.0kb) - Report
By CNT: Jennifer McGraw, Peter Haas, Linda Young, and Anne Evens. February 28, 2010
A summary of the research methods and results CNT used to develop Chicago’s greenhouse gas inventory for the Chicago Climate Action Plan. NOTICE: this is the author’s version of a work that was accepted for publication in Journal of Great Lakes Research.
http://www.cnt.org/repository/CNTversion.Great_Lakes_Journal.Climate.pdf (185.7kb) - Article
By Jacky Grimshaw, CNT. July 13, 2009
On July 13, 2009, CNT Vice President of Policy, Jacky Grimshaw, gave remarks at a press conference held by Illinois Governor Pat Quinn. Grimshaw's remarks were in support of the state capital bill signed by Governor Quinn.
http://www.cnt.org/repository/Grimshaw.RemarksOnCapitalBillSigning.071309.pdf (42.6kb) - Testimony
By Scott Bernstein, CNT. June 11, 2009
CNT President, Scott Bernstein's, testimony on the proposed bill HR2336, the Green Resources for Energy Efficient Neighborhoods Act of 2009 (GREEN Act).
http://www.cnt.org/repository/bernstein061109.pdf (1,005.6kb) - Testimony
By Chicago DOE, Julia Parzen, CNT. February 1, 2009
The purpose of Chicago’s Guide is to help cities and counties to develop a longterm and sustainable energy efficiency and conservation plan and maximize the opportunity for cost savings, environmental benefits, financial leverage and economic development.
http://www.cnt.org/repository/CHICAGOEECGUIDE4POST.pdf (1,191.5kb) - Report
By CNT. September 18, 2008
This research was part of a broader effort by the City to determine the local ramifications of climate change for its citizens and for City operations In addition to CNT s work on emissions and mitigation strategies the City engaged researchers to examine climate-change adaptation economic impacts and the effects…
http://www.cnt.org/repository/CNT_Climate_Research_Summary_9.17.08.pdf (749.4kb) - Executive Summary
By CNT. September 18, 2008
Commissioned by the city to help create its recently released Climate Action Plan, CNT conducted the emissions and mitigation-strategies research to reach the city’s emission reduction target of 25% below 1990 levels by the year 2020.
http://www.cnt.org/repository/Chicago-Climate-Analysis-Final.pdf (30,613.6kb) - Report
By Scott Bernstein, CNT. June 11, 2008
CNT President, Scott Bernstein's, testimony on the proposed bill HR6078, the Green Resources for Energy Efficient Neighborhoods Act of 2008 (GREEN Act).
http://www.cnt.org/repository/bernstein061108.pdf (314.2kb) - Testimony
October 1, 2006http://www.cnt.org/repository/Factsheet-Climate.pdf (419.4kb) - Backgrounder
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