Houston Participates in 'Green' Initiative Houston, New York and Chicago are among 16 cities worldwide that are part of a new initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The mayor of Houston shares his plans to make his city greener.
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Houston Participates in 'Green' Initiative

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Houston Participates in 'Green' Initiative

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Former President Bill Clinton just announced a new initiative to offer billions of dollars to 16 cities around the world to make their buildings "greener."

Houston is one of three U.S. cities that will be participating in the program. Houston Mayor Bill White talks to Madeleine Brand about how he plans to make the Bayou City greener.

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