The city is spending big money to make fuel cells affordable. Is that the right way to cut carbon?
As the 100 Resilient Cities initiative reaches its namesake goal, the group’s president reflects on challenges and successes thus far.
State lawmakers are debating whether to keep ailing nuclear plants alive. The outcome will set a precedent for more states to come.
Personal cars get most of the attention, but trucks and buses are long overdue for an efficiency upgrade.
Energy company Statoil plans to get things running by the end of 2017.
It would require changing the way we conduct global trade.
With the goals finally agreed on, this year’s COP22 climate conference will turn to finding solutions.
High legal barriers in 10 states make it especially difficult to put solar panels on rooftops.
The emerald ash borer hitched a ride overseas on wooden shipping crates. Now it’s eating into municipal budgets.
Amid heavy flooding, Houston’s Texas Medical Center showcases what can be done with current technology.
Poor families face persistent obstacles to cutting their power bill.
A new body of evidence suggests that adding greenery in vacant or gray settings reduces criminal activity nearby.
Increasingly, public transit is viewing mobility startups as partners, not competition.
A handy reference for navigating an emerging industry.
A large coalition of U.S. mayors and local governments is coming to the EPA’s defense in the legal battle to cut carbon emissions from power plants.
The three families that stayed in San Marcos show how to cope with the collapse of a city.
A new documentary traces how the D.C. suburb’s pedestrian-centric, mixed-use approach came to dominate urban design.
D.C.’s marketplace for stormwater retention credits wasn't taking off, but a new investment could change that.
The burgeoning field of shared renewables could help disadvantaged communities, if certain obstacles are overcome.
Millionaire businessman Jay Faison is trying, but the presidential candidates aren’t making it easy.