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42 percent of the industry. Participating companies have reduced SF6 emissions rates from
17 percent in 1999 to 8.3 percent in 2005. Sectors most applicable: Metals mining; utilities/power marketers Business Guide to
40 A .S. EPA Climate Partnership Programs
U Smart Growth Network Business Value:
q Brand/reputation protection/enhancement Web site: Services Offered:
q Professional networking
q Public recognition
q Technical assistance www.epa.gov/smartgrowth
www.smartgrowth.org Contact Information: Geoff Anderson
firstname.lastname@example.org Description: This is a partnership of government, business, and civic organizations that works to encour
age land use development that serves the economy, the community, and the environment.
Since its creation in late 1996, the Smart Growth Network (SGN) has become a storehouse
of knowledge about smart growth principles, facilitating the sharing of best practices and
acting as a catalyst for implementation of ideas. Business case: The high quality of life in communities that consider smart growth makes them eco
nomically competitive, creates business opport...
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