Katherine Gregor

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Climate Protection: City in No Hurry To Cool It
Climate Protection: City in No Hurry To Cool It
Checking in on the Climate Protection Program's progress – or lack thereof

News, Aug. 6, 2010

So Long, Austin CarShare
Austin's original car-sharing program skids to a stop

News, July 30, 2010

Climate Change Crosses County Lines
Climate Change Crosses County Lines
Study predicts how climate change will affect Texas' future water needs

News, July 30, 2010

Ordinance Targets Demolitions Posing as 'Remodels'
Remodeling projects must fit narrower definition

News, July 30, 2010

The Spa at Hancock and 41st?
The Spa at Hancock and 41st?
Developer has eye on historic Central Austin property

News, July 23, 2010

'Texas Monthly' Sues Developer
Magazine sole occupant on undeveloped lot

News, July 23, 2010

Best-Laid Plans
Best-Laid Plans
How does the patchwork of separate plans for the future of Central Texas fit together? No one knows.

News, July 16, 2010

Plans in Play
Plans in Play
The Big Eight

News, July 16, 2010

Sustainable Planning

News, July 16, 2010

Holy Uproar Over Eastside Teardown
Holy Uproar Over Eastside Teardown
Neighborhood fights demolition of former Eastside convent

News, July 16, 2010

Making Light Work of Stimulus Spending
Austin Energy targets city buildings for energy efficiency measures

News, July 9, 2010

EPA Flexes Federal Muscle on Texas Air
EPA Flexes Federal Muscle on Texas Air
Gov. Perry's huffin' and puffin' in defense of dirty air

News, July 9, 2010

City Position to Increase Volunteerism
Grant makes new position possible

News, July 9, 2010

1915 David St.
1915 David St.
What's a 'Remodel'?

News, June 25, 2010

City Announces 'Multimodal' Bond Package
City Announces 'Multimodal' Bond Package
Package notable less for its contents than for how it came to be

News, June 25, 2010

Lucia Athens Named Chief Sustainability Officer
Lucia Athens Named Chief Sustainability Officer
Will lead Green initiatives

News, June 18, 2010

TCEQ, EPA Air Grievances
Austin could fail air-quality standards; TCEQ could fail EPA standards

News, June 18, 2010

Climate Plan Meet-Up: Better Late Than Never
Climate Plan Meet-Up: Better Late Than Never
Three months later, group meets June 16

News, June 11, 2010

Climate Change Comes to Austin
Climate Change Comes to Austin
Helen Plume hosted by U.S. Green Building Council

News, June 11, 2010

Family Matters
Family Matters
Dining Downtown with kids

Food, June 11, 2010

Our Bodies, Our Cars
Our Bodies, Our Cars
The links between urban design and public health

News, June 11, 2010

EPA: Political Punching Bag or the New 'It' Agency?
EPA: Political Punching Bag or the New 'It' Agency?
Perry emits more hot air over state's dirty air

News, June 11, 2010

Texas Gets Coal Shoulder for the Health of It
New EPA standards crack down on sulfur dioxide emissions

News, June 11, 2010

Samsung Invests $3.6 Billion
Samsung Invests $3.6 Billion
Austin gets biggest foreign investment in the U.S.

News, June 9, 2010

The Aerobic City
The Aerobic City
Ideas from "Rx for Healthy Places"

News, June 9, 2010

Stop That Bedroom Talk!
Stop That Bedroom Talk!
Notes from RECA's Regional Mayors Forum

News, June 8, 2010

Sustainability Officer: Four Finalists
Sustainability Officer: Four Finalists
But only one can win!

News, June 7, 2010

Armendariz to Texas: Don't Make Me Federalize
Armendariz to Texas: Don't Make Me Federalize
EPA chief says he's prepared to take over state permitting process

News, June 4, 2010

Are You Sustainable?
Current and former Austinites vying for city post

News, June 4, 2010

Armendariz: Don't Make Me Federalize
Armendariz: Don't Make Me Federalize
EPA regional chief warns TCEQ

News, June 1, 2010

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