Fort Collins is Feelin' Fine

This Colorado city and four others across the nation have made early moves toward sustainability, innovation, and clean technology.
November 25, 2009, 12pm PST | Alek Miller
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"As the United States emerges from the worst recession in 80 years, a new economy is taking root that will help create the next tier of powerhouse cities in America. Just as the Industrial Revolution of the late 1800s and the Information Age of the past 40 years helped shift the urban and regional balance of power in the US, forces are now at work that will shape who prospers in the economy of tomorrow.

No one yet knows the exact contours of the New Economy. It is more Monet than Rembrandt. But experts say that certain characteristics are already visible on the canvas that will give cities advantages in attracting new jobs and industries."

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Published on Friday, November 20, 2009 in Christian Science Monitor
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