Juan Parras’s “toxic tour” highlights the hazards in enclaves untouched by the city’s move toward sustainability.
How might climate change and new technology cause upheavals in our sensorial landscape?
New York City, Houston, Miami, and San Francisco have all taken steps to mitigate the risks associated with rising sea levels and global temperatures. Are their successes a blueprint for action at the state and local level?
Holiday celebrations in Houston, Chicago, and Portland have a distinctly hometown flair.
Grime wafting across the ocean from the Sahara is predicted to reach Houston today.
The earth is so saturated from record rainfall that flooding is only expected to get worse.
A vast tract of land from New York to L.A. has summertime conditions ideal for virus-carrying mosquitoes.
“The traditional strategy of adding capacity … exacerbates urban congestion problems.”
Federal officials rule the rail line won’t stop in Downtown Houston.
The “first” local government action against the carmaker surely won’t be the last.
From L.A. to New York to Mexico, people love beating the stuffing out of the GOP candidate.
The EPA's new EJSCREEN layers demographic and environmental information into a single index.
It's rare to find these types of formations in the South.
Some locals want their own High Line; others want a fresh start.
The carrier has fought against a bullet train in the state before.
The "Berlin Wall" is not being built on your farmland, for one.
Don't mess with their roads.
A brief lesson on how bus and rail connections save time.
They're especially bright in the suburbs, says NASA.
It may struggle to keep up with passenger demand if it doesn't.