Dating from the 1930s when parking cost a nickel an hour, the city’s single-space meters are now a thing of the past.
They hope to reduce the roughly 3 million yearly deaths tied to outdoor air pollution.
The top cities mass-produce compost, use landfill gas to heat a stadium, and “deconstruct” rather than demolish homes.
An LED-covered crosswalk in Brummen makes itself known to drivers and pedestrians alike.
The city recently celebrated its 100th traffic circle, and has more than 30 others planned.
The feds are investigating a demand of 100 bitcoins to release the transit agency’s encrypted files.
Damaging storms in the U.S. Northeast are likely to become “more frequent and more powerful.”
The 1930s span “would make the perfect present for someone who has always wanted their own bridge, but didn’t know quite where to start.”
How much CO2 did it take to cook a turkey dinner in your state?
Local leaders learned how to take action when Washington couldn’t. Now they’re betting those efforts can survive an age of science-denying federal overlords.
A futuristic cubicle design would let you roll annoying co-workers down a hill.
Skin bacteria, mold, and parasites on ATM keypads can tell us a lot about New York’s habits and communities.
There’s scarcely any powder in the Lower 48 outside of the high mountains.
In the northern latitudes, temperatures have been more than 12 degrees above average.
A network of cafes in Hamburg hopes to cut down on the billions of disposable cups Germans throw out each year.
A small island made entirely from grease would attract hungry seagulls and delight (disgust?) all in sight.
“Orbit Pavilion” is a metallic womb that tracks and musicalizes invisible space chatter.
A massive global heat increase is already locked in, say scientists.