U.S. cities could learn a thing or two from Cuba and Argentina when it comes to urban farming.
A new study finds the climate “twin city” for hundreds of places across the United States.
There’s a reason why climate-change legislation failed in the past. Environmental-justice advocates don’t want the Green New Deal to repeat those mistakes.
New Orleans neighborhoods that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 were more likely to gentrify over the following 10 years, researchers find.
The original New Deal included a bold attempt to rethink suburbia. We can still learn from it.
3D printing was expected to transform architecture and construction, but uptake has been slow. Could that be changing?
A new study argues that “universal car access” could lift more Americans out of poverty.
It was only surpassed by 2016, 2017, and 2015.
A new “No Deal Brexit” threat emerges in the U.K.: overflowing piles of garbage and livestock waste.
When students switch to schools downwind of major roads, their test scores fall and their absences increase, according to new research.
Buoyed by bill SB 100, marginalized communities, often overlooked by the environmental movement, have spurred progress in Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Oakland.
As Atlanta prepares for Super Bowl LIII, a new urban park in the stadium’s shadow is trying to revitalize the struggling neighborhood English Avenue.
As wind chills dip as much as 50 degrees below zero, cities like New York and Chicago scramble to restore heating and hot water in homes.
There are no easy fixes, but there are some key investments and upgrades that keep things going when the weather gets rough.
A new study in Nature Sustainability finds racial and ethnic disparities in rooftop solar adoption, even controlling for income and homeownership.
Actually, yes. Thanks to extreme cold hitting the Midwest, Chicago is lighting the Metra commuter train rails on fire to keep the steel from contracting.
Vashon Island is just a few miles from Seattle. But if a major earthquake hits, the community expects to feel a world away.
Argentina’s capital hopes to revitalize part of its riverfront, but critics say the plan is socially exclusive, too commercial, and environmentally risky.
Queens Neighborhoods United says a plan to build a Target in Jackson Heights violates zoning restrictions and will strain infrastructure.
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.