I think there are a few differences due to the level of expendable cash, but....
Greensburg Kansas is frequently referred to as the greenest town in the USA.
The small town of about 1500 people was essentially wiped off the map by a tornado, and was rebuilt following green standards.
I visited the town frequently as a child, with relatives there. Prior to the tornado, the town's big attractions were The Worlds Largest Hand Dug Well, and a 1000 lb meteorite. (Both survived the tornado. although the buildings housing them did not. )
"You think our country is so innocent" - Donald J Trump
The practices of slavery and human trafficking are still prevalent in modern America with estimated 17,500 foreign nationals and 200,000 Americans being trafficked into and within the United States every year with 80% of those being women and children.
"Any Sustainable Cities like this in the USA?"
On a lighter note take a look at biosphere 2
"The aim was to have human inhabitants thrive in a miniature world made of a sea, savanna, mangrove swamp, rain forest, desert and farm, the areas and atmospheres interacting to form a totally independent life-support system."
Stranger yet, who pops up as a major player than Steve Bannon.