As once-vanished wolves return to Europe and move into urban areas, humans are trying to empathize with the creatures through nighttime “wolf safaris.”
There is a movement of people who believe that “climate resilience” is a Trojan horse for a global takeover of cities via weather manipulation, and a D.C. city council member may subscribe to that idea.
A recent study found that people who grow up in places with mild weather are more agreeable and outgoing. What does that mean in a world of climate extremes?
Boston has been planning for climate change, but plans couldn’t buffer it from this winter’s fierce storms.
New research suggests more of the San Francisco area than previously thought could be underwater by 2100.
St. Louis’ Gateway Arch once stood in splendid isolation. A new $380-million renovation of its grounds brings it closer to downtown.
Los Angeles struggles with inequality and the threat of natural disasters turbocharged by climate change. Its new resilience plan seeks to address both issues at once.
The city’s severe water restrictions may allow taps to stay on through the end of the year.
41 million Americans—not 13 million—are at risk of experiencing a 100-year flood, according to the study.
When the air gets bad, transit would be free. When it gets worse, the city would effectively grind to a halt.
A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency finds that people of color are much more likely to live near polluters and breathe polluted air—even as the agency seeks to roll back regulations on pollution.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is taking in hundreds of evacuees from Puerto Rico. For many, the transition has been a challenge.
Meet two teen gun reformers who are done waiting for politicians to address school shootings.
Everything you wanted to know about Wakanda and urbanism, but were afraid to ask.
The city vows to fight for its plans to pedestrianize a major thoroughfare along the river Seine.
As the city rediscovers the river, the future of communities along its path hangs in the balance.
The new Marvel superhero movie Black Panther shows the benefits and the risks associated with sustaining and protecting a majority-black community.
If cities keep growing as they do now, nearly 400 of them will sprawl into the habitats of endangered species by 2030.
A global analysis finds that urban agriculture could yield up to 10 percent of many food crops, plus a host of positive side benefits.
From showering in buckets to special pee spray, here’s how they’re coping with water restrictions.
A green lung in the city’s northeastern suburbs.