Florida politicians may expunge an old law that gives Disney World the right to build its own nuclear plant. But they probably don’t need to bother.
After Hurricane María plunged the island off Puerto Rico into darkness, Tesla’s arrival heralded the dawn of a microgrid future. But it wasn’t that easy.
After a criticized first installment, the city's design competition has a wider talent pool and a fairer distribution of commissions to redesign urban sites.
With the population of the distinctive species in decline, cities around the U.S. are trying to add monarch-friendly spaces.
Building solar panels and wind turbines along the U.S.-Mexico border, say scientists, could unite demands for a Green New Deal and stronger border security.
Historically, local zoning codes and land-use laws have enforced segregation. Now, cities are using the same tools to enact environmental justice.
Following a typical Renaissance trend, he began to work out an “ideal city” project, which, due to its excessive costs, would remain unfulfilled.
Jakarta has 10 million people and is sinking faster than any other city in the world. But there are other factors involved in its relocation plan.
By 2030, the city’s large buildings must cut their carbon emissions by 40 percent. Here’s how that can happen.
The Belgian capital is one of the most congested in Europe. But an ambitious suite of street makeovers is pushing traffic outside the central city.
Using technology currently in development, AC units in skyscrapers and homes could get turned into machines that pull carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
As Western states grapple with drought, Westminster, Colorado, has become a model for its integration of water data into the planning process.
The Vancouver, Washington, activist is among the six 2019 winners of the Goldman Environmental Prize.
Even in the 1800s, painters were meditating on its natural beauty in the face of human exploitation.
DefiPlanet, a nature-themed family attraction in France, has a surprisingly blunt message for visitors: “The earth will soon be dead and torn.”
A Brookings report finds that jobs in the clean energy, efficiency, and environmental sectors offer higher salaries than the U.S. average.
Architecture students in Buffalo built their own versions of the "laufmaschine," a proto-bike invented in response to a 19th-century environmental crisis.
Puerto Rico just adopted legislation that commits it to generating all its power from renewable sources. Here’s what separates that from what’s going on in D.C.
As prices drop for renewable power, some researchers hope the island state could be the ideal testbed for hydrogen fuel cells in public transportation.
In the beginning, it was a policy-shaking event that awakened a new generation of activists. But now even environmentalists have misgivings about it.