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Poll: Energy poverty

02/20/15 04:26PM

Do you think America is doing enough to make sure those below the poverty line have access to affordable energy? read more

Husband and wife urban farmers Olivia Hubert (L) and Greg Willerer, owners of Brother Nature Produce, pull weeds from a scallion patch on their one-acre urban farm in Detroit, Michigan, March 18, 2012.

Quiz: Sustainable American Communities

01/19/15 12:23PM

Sustainable communities hold the key to boosting the American economy. See how much you know about the secrets to creating strong local communities: revitalizing neighborhoods, improving infrastructure, and promoting trade. read more

NASA satellite image shows the United States, Mexico and Canada at night in this composite assembled from data acquired by the Suomi NPP satellite in April and October 2012. (Photo by Robert Simmon/NASA handout via Reuters)

Quiz: Energy in America

02/24/15 08:06AM

As American manufacturing continues to rise, so too does the remanufacturing industry. In case you’re unfamiliar with it, remanufacturing is the process by which used products are refurbished by renovating and reassembling their components. read more

High-speed rail and sustainability

High-speed rail and sustainability

01/20/15 12:20PM

Mika Brzezinski details how the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is working to improve services for riders in and out of San Francisco and the impact it could have on farm country in California. Ray LaHood joins the conversation. watch

A vision for low-income housing

A vision for low-income housing

01/19/15 07:44AM

Michael Rubinger, the president and CEO of LISC, talks about the non-profit organization which focuses on revitalizing communities in low-income neighborhoods. watch

Wanted: Welders

Wanted: Welders

12/05/14 08:33AM

Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski talks about the shortage of skilled labor in America. watch