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This article originally was published on Ensia. This story is part of the Pulitzer Center’s nationwide Connected Coastlines reporting initiative. “From Rust to
June 1, 2020 by Stephanie Hemphill
This article is part of our Paradigm Shift series, produced by nonprofit PYXERA Global, on the diverse solutions driving the transition to a circular economy.
May 11, 2020 by Suzanne Jones
Extreme heat often kills more people in this country than hurricanes, floods, lightning and tornadoes. But heat is not an equal opportunity killer."It’s very
February 12, 2020 by Marlene Cimons
A lack of federal leadership on climate change has inspired cities and towns across the United States to unite in their calls for action. That’s one reason the
December 20, 2019 by Heather Clancy
Flying along the coast in Senegal, it’s impossible not to notice thousands of dots below in the water. These are large, planked fishing canoes, the product of
October 3, 2019 by John Virdin
How many people in your community are at risk during extreme weather events? The heat waves wracking the nation right now can cause heat exhaustion, heatstroke
August 15, 2019 by Jacob Corvidae
Many regions and cities find themselves ill-equipped to handle the hurricanes, extreme temperatures and fires occurring more frequently with climate change.
June 22, 2018 by Holly Secon
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) released a new report, "Better Rentals, Better City: Smart Policies to Improve Your City's Rental Housing Energy Performance (
May 17, 2018 by Alisa Petersen
Reaching the goals set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change depends in large part on the leadership and action of corporations, cities, states and
April 3, 2018 by Daniel Esty
I recently attended the BASF Creator Space Summit in NYC. The summit, one of several taking place worldwide, is in commemoration of BASF’s 150th anniversary.
June 10, 2015 by RP Siegel