Today’s Solutions: June 16, 2024

These American cities will pay

These American cities will pay you $10,000 to move there

Working from home became the norm for millions of Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, and it doesn’t look like that will be changing any time soon. For many remote workers, that means it no longer matters whether or not they live in close proximity to your job. If that’s the case for Read More...

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This school district is using solar savings to give teachers a raise

In 2017, Batesville School District in Arkansas had an energy audit conducted to figure out how much money it was losing to annual utility bills. The school district soon found out that it was spending more than $600,000 a year on utility bills—a steep price for a cash-strapped school district Read More...

How switching schools to renew

How switching schools to renewables can improve quality of education

In 2017, the Batesville School District, Arkansas, was facing serious financial struggles because of its high energy bills. In fact, the struggles were so big that most of its schools, six in total, were having a hard time retaining teachers and some of them even faced a possible shutdown. Read More...

Landlord in Arkansas has resta

Landlord in Arkansas has restaurant owners pay employees instead of rent

In these difficult times, more and more tough decisions have to be made by companies and businesses, including closing for business and laying off workers. But in Arkansas, the property owner of several restaurants is making life a little easier. In an effort to help restaurant owners and their Read More...

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Fayetteville is proving climate resilience is for all towns big and small

CDP, an international nonprofit that examines climate risk for hundreds of local governments and corporations across the globe, released their latest A list earlier this month. One of the top 34 cities praised for their climate preparedness and commitment to climate action was Fayetteville. You Read More...

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Little Rock, Arkansas is giving its homeless people a chance to earn a buck

In Little Rock, Arkansas vagrants are given the chance to work their way out of poverty through an initiative that pays them to pick up litter. Dubbed Bridge to Work, the program has been paying vagrants $9.25 an hour – two bucks more than the federal minimum wage – for keeping the city’s Read More...