Metropolitan Policy Program

Sizing the Clean Economy: Metropolitan and State Profiles

Note:

These data are subject to further review and possible update. For questions and comments please contact:



Mark Muro
mmuro@brookings.edu

Jonathan Rothwell
jrothwell@brookings.edu


100 LARGEST METROPOLITAN AREAS

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Akron, OH Dallas, TX McAllen, TX    Raleigh, NC
Albany, NY Dayton, OH Memphis, TN Richmond, VA
Albuquerque, NM Denver, CO Miami, FL Riverside, CA
Allentown, PA Des Moines, IA Milwaukee, WI Rochester, NY
Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Minneapolis, MN Sacramento, CA
Augusta, GA El Paso, TX Modesto, CA Salt Lake City, UT
Austin, TX Fresno, CA Nashville, TN San Antonio, TX
Bakersfield, CA Grand Rapids, MI New Haven, CT San Diego, CA
Baltimore, MD Greensboro, NC New Orleans, LA San Francisco, CA
Baton Rouge, LA Greenville, SC New York, NY San Jose, CA
Birmingham, AL Harrisburg, PA North Port, FL Scranton, PA
Boise City, ID Hartford, CT Ogden, UT Seattle, WA
Boston, MA Honolulu, HI Oklahoma City, OK Springfield, MA
Bridgeport, CT Houston, TX Omaha, NE St. Louis, MO
Buffalo, NY Indianapolis, IN Orlando, FL Stockton, CA
Cape Coral, FL Jackson, MS Oxnard, CA Syracuse, NY
Charleston, SC Jacksonville, FL Palm Bay, FL Tampa, FL
Charlotte, NC Kansas City, MO Philadelphia, PA Toledo, OH
Chattanooga, TN Knoxville, TN Phoenix, AZ Tucson, AZ
Chicago, IL Lakeland, FL Pittsburgh, PA Tulsa, OK
Cincinnati, OH Las Vegas, NV Portland, ME Virginia Beach, VA
Cleveland, OH Little Rock, AR Portland, OR Washington, DC
Colorado Springs, CO Los Angeles, CA Poughkeepsie, NY Wichita, KS
Columbia, SC Louisville, KY Providence, RI Worcester, MA
Columbus, OH Madison, WI Provo, UT Youngstown, OH



50 STATES

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 Alabama  Hawaii  Massachusetts  New Mexico  South Dakota
 Alaska  Idaho  Michigan  New York  Tennessee
 Arizona  Illinois  Minnesota  North Carolina  Texas
 Arkansas  Indiana  Mississippi  North Dakota  Utah
 California  Iowa  Missouri  Ohio  Vermont
 Colorado  Kansas  Montana  Oklahoma  Virginia
 Connecticut  Kentucky  Nebraska  Oregon  Washington
 Delaware  Louisiana  Nevada  Pennsylvania  West Virginia
 District of Columbia  Maine  New Hampshire  Rhode Island  Wisconsin
 Florida  Maryland  New Jersey  South Carolina  Wyoming
 Georgia