News images from New Delhi seem cut from an apocalyptic outbreak film.
Community pumpkin-smashing events aim to cut down on Halloween’s contribution to America’s food waste problem and reap the benefits of composting.
The fire-scorched state’s history has long been marked by calamities. But its latest disaster did not come to teach Californians a lesson.
The South Bend mayor’s approach to the climate crisis reflects his recent experiences with Indiana floods, and his belief that cities can lead with solutions.
Forest-rich Norway is a leader in building with lower-carbon structural wood. But it still lacks factories that can turn trees into building parts.
Science fiction, especially Blade Runner, has spawned so many dystopias that dystopia itself has become banal. We need a new utopianism that embraces the city.
A fresh round of wind-fanned wildfires and planned power outages is darkening the fate of Pacific Gas & Electric, the state’s largest electric power utility.
The U.K. government wants to boost sales for ultra-low-emission vehicles by offering special number plates—and perks—for EV drivers.
Madrid has pledged to cull its population of monk parakeets. But once non-native fauna and flora gain a foothold in the city, they can be hard to remove.
Americans often hit the road to see fall foliage, but it can be difficult to take the same trip without a car. These places make it a little easier.
A violence-prevention initiative in Tallahassee is also training low-income youth for jobs that contribute to the city’s climate adaptation plan.
The climate protest movement Extinction Rebellion is facing a backlash after disrupting commuters on the London Underground.
A prototype in the San Francisco Bay is testing a vision for floating buildings built to withstand sea-level rise. And it’s distancing itself from some other utopian visions for floating cities.
PG&E’s blackouts in California are a bleak preview of the disruptions that will become routine in a warmer world.
Wildfire risks have led the embattled California utility PG&E to order a preemptive electric grid shutdown, leaving more than 2 million at risk of losing power.
Seattle has joined Miami, Austin, and other cities in restricting the use of herbicides with glyphosate, such as Roundup.
As mayors gather for C40’s summit on climate change, the coalition reports that a third of its members have hit peak emissions.
L.A. set a goal to plant 90,000 new trees by the end of 2021 as part of the city’s New Green Deal. Here’s how they’ll do it.
Most registered voters are in favor of spending trillions on weatherized buildings and renewable-energy infrastructure.
The city has devoted a section of its Ivry-sur-Seine cemetery to lower-carbon, chemical-free burials—with wooden grave markers used in place of tombstones.