How a civic app is turning city residents into agents of green change


Mobile app offers residents of US cities the opportunity to quickly report environmental issues

Would you turn in the girl next door for watering her lawn too much? That is exactly what has been happening in Plano, Texas ever since the city started using a mobile app and digital communications...

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