Here’s why one community chose not to rebuild.
Climate-resilient design is on the rise. Museums, seeking to protect their priceless art, are on this cutting edge.
A trip to Yosemite or Yellowstone doesn’t come cheap. Some experts worry raising the entrance fee from $25 to $70 could make a difference in who is welcomed.
The idea is to invite water in, not keep it out.
Five years after Superstorm Sandy, some effects still linger.
Could sustainability depend on e-waste-eating fungus and towing icebergs to the Persian Gulf?
Don’t blame California wildfires on a “perfect storm” of weather events.
Take it from these Californians who have lived through and studied the state's blazes.
Researchers have unearthed the wasteful habits of households and businesses in Nashville, Denver, and New York—and created a blueprint for curbing them.
Blazes in California’s wine country reveal key policy gaps, and the need to rethink urban fire risk.
A new study suggests that the next few hundred years won’t be smooth sailing.
In Amman, Jordan, officials want to look to underlying causes to address high smoking rates.
If you can’t beat invasive species, maybe you can eat them.
Anne Hidalgo did not mince words when it came to Donald Trump’s climate policies.
How well do we prioritize what to build or fix? Not well at all, says a new report.
To build support for a new charge on older cars, the mayor’s office tells the public, “If you could see London’s air, you’d want to clean it too.”
A team of architects and planners has set out to prove that heaps of waste aren’t an immutable part of a city’s topography.
Hurricane Maria has exposed and intensified the island’s ecological crisis and its human consequences.
Neighborhood green spaces aren’t always living up to their full potential.
With solar energy, recycling, computers, and personal mass transit, the 1960s-era Minnesota Experimental City was a prescient and hopeful vision of the urban future. A new documentary tells its story.