A bridge between cyclists and city hall, Amsterdam’s chief bike advocate plans to take her talents abroad in 2017.
For would-be scientists and engineers underrepresented in those fields, interning at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is often a key first step.
Will unmanned aerial vehicles make city life easier, safer, or just weirder?
Discarded Christmas trees will be transformed into plant food, biofuel, and carbon sinks—but that’s just the beginning.
In South Texas, the Mission Economic Development Corporation is taking an unusually hands-on role to raise the STEAM skills of its current—and future—workforce.
A new study shows that trees in the Boston region grow faster and store more carbon as biomass the closer they are to developed areas.
The case for a new core operating tenet for local governments.
A new design in Seattle promises to stand strong after being rattled in a violent shakeup.
All aboard a low-price, eco-friendly, vintage train that promises an experience as much as a journey.
The Zamboniesque vehicle is waging war on Portland’s infestation of crows.
A sharp critic of the gig economy says a “portable safety net” would help today’s untethered workers.
Industrialization brought economic growth, but unchecked pollution had real costs that are still relevant today.
Radio Garden is a meditation on connectedness and what broadcast technology does to local culture.
A radical proposal to solve congestion might be too beautiful for this world.
A Chicago community college has invested in new architecture and high-tech simulations to prepare its students for jobs in health care.
Briefly hyped as the future of transit, it now sits indefinitely in an open shed.
They’re zero-emissions. They drive themselves. And they’re longer than a blue whale. Can the humble city bus get a modern makeover?
Wind experts see an era of super-sized turbines approaching, with larger blades and capacities, but lower costs.