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Miami now contains over 20 million square feet of Energy Star certified buildings, which amounts to a savings of nearly $19 million in annual energy costs.
The Northern California metropolis has the country's largest urban compost program of its kind -- it collects more than 350 tons of compost scraps a day.
The Chicago Green Roof Program is responsible for more than 2.5 million square feet of city roofs that support plant life, including the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) and City Hall and have planted over 500,000 new trees in the city.
In order to increase eco-consciousness, The Emerald City offers free training to individuals who want to learn more about reducing carbon emissions and climate change.
Minneapolis has added more than 40 green rooftops to its urban landscape, including the 18,560-square-foot roof that covers the new Minneapolis Central Public Library. In addition, the city's famous Mall of America does not have a heating system; instead, it relies on the effective combination of skylights, lighting and body heat.
The Big Apple is #1 in total number of passenger trips, miles traveled, and government spending on public transit. The area's Metropolitan Transportation Authority operates at a staggering capacity: its 2011 operating budget was $8.6 billion, and the average weekday ridership is estimated to be over 8.6 million.