The country's almost laboratory-like conditions are a perfect place to measure the effect of human urban development on temperature.
Turns out it's not that easy for a sidewalk food cart to just pick up and move.
From a Rent-A-Center to an eyesore to a Lululemon.
A plan to build a soccer stadium raises this question: If you have enough money, you really can buy anything in New York?
Schools can create an environment where sharing and cooperation are the highest values, rather than winning.
The Adolescent Mobility Health Consortium sees teen driving as an urgent public health issue.
The days of the outlaw bicyclist are over.
Building wind turbines isn’t cheap. But it will mean about $100,000 in energy savings each year for two small towns.
How and why Citizen Schools' "apprenticeships" are working.
A contest in Ohio gets 4,000 kids biking more than 52,000 miles, while keeping roughly 57,292 pounds of carbon dioxide out of the air.
Stop stereotyping the borough and start actually exploring it, you ninnies.
In the first decades of the 20th century, if you died in a city, you may have traveled toward your final resting place via public transit.
The city says it can't afford to maintain them. Can private citizens make up the difference?
No American cities made the annual ranking, put together by Copenhagenize Design Co.
Some cities require landlords to evict tenants who call 911 3 times within 4 months. The rule puts women in grave danger.
New York advocates for safer streets form a PAC to influence city elections.
A store in downtown Los Angeles sells only pedal-churned frozen treats.
At a forum last night, 8 of the city's 9 candidates tried to sell the crowd on their passion for sustainability (even biking!).
And so our society's mixed messages continue.