Two months after disaster struck, the recovery in Paradise, California, is harder for some than for others.
New research on municipal pollution may help organizers push for more equitable policy.
As agricultural areas are snatched up and transformed into new housing developments, one farmer keeps fighting.
The Danish capital is expanding its land mass and creating climate resiliency. But is it sustainable?
Pollution in some Underground stations is up to 30 times worse than what you’d find on the average London street, a new Transport for London study shows.
As Washington State considers legalizing human composting, advocate Katrina Spade explains the process as a needed alternative to standard burial and cremation.
Detroiters were refusing city-sponsored “free trees.” A researcher found out the problem: She was the first person to ask them if they wanted them.
Most U.S. cities leave the responsibility of sidewalk snow removal to homeowners, landlords, and businesses. The result: endangered pedestrians.
With National Park Service employees furloughed and trash mounting, cleaning up “helped me feel like I was doing as much as I could,” said one volunteer.
Three centuries ago, humans were intensely using just around 5 percent of the Earth’s land. Now, it’s almost half.
Construction of a new light-rail system could uproot trees that activists say help define the Israeli city.
ShakeAlertLA aims to give smartphone users a few seconds’ warning of imminent quakes.
The last, severe drought caused many Californians to rip out their lawns, but some now believe the emergency is over.
Alaskans are eager to salvage meat from deer and moose struck by vehicles. Why won’t it catch on in the Lower 48?
On issues like climate change and gun violence, younger people demanded a louder voice in 2018.
Norway is the world’s biggest per-capita market for electric vehicles, but incentives are being clawed back as Oslo aims to go car-free.
Washington, D.C. is on track to set a more ambitious timeline for fighting climate change than any state.
Researchers at Descartes Labs are using artificial intelligence to make a better map of the urban tree canopy.
From Paris to Madrid, efforts to curb the use of automobiles formed a battleground across Europe.
The Spanish city has pioneered bee-friendly policies amid a decline in the global bee population.