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An interview with CCSA chief executive and co-founder Jeff Cramer on accelerating community solar through business models and policies.
August 12, 2022 by Jill Cliburn
At old industrial sites around the country flooding is causing more toxins to pour into citie.s
August 10, 2022 by Thomas Marlow
Ithaca's goal is the decarbonize every building in the city by 2030. The director of sustainability shares how it is going to make that happen.
August 2, 2022 by Luis Aguirre-Torres
From the food you eat to the soil that grows it, to the cities you live in and the satellites in the sky above you, these TED talks will teach you something new about climate action.
July 22, 2022 by Holly Secon
Here are lessons from one Dutch city on building rooftop spaces that benefit all and combat urban heat islands.
July 19, 2022 by Laura Puttkamer
Focusing on not just cars, buses, rail, bicycles or walking, but a coordinated system of various modes of transport can improve livability for all.
July 19, 2022 by Liz Bridgwater
The German city of Tübingen says it has reduced its carbon emissions by 40 percent in the past 15 years.
July 18, 2022 by Stefan Ellerbeck
New approach modeled on 'dark kitchens' aims to enable zero-emission, last-mile delivery services
July 1, 2022 by James Murray
As part of the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge, San Jose is acting to reform parking rules along with cities such as San Diego, Honolulu and Saint Paul.
July 1, 2022 by Elizabeth Stampe
The path to revitalize infrastructure as an engine of future economic growth must begin with a series of 'lighthouse projects' that prove viability.
June 17, 2022 by Micah Kotch
From buildings to cars to neighborhoods, energy solutions are emerging from urban innovation projects with the potential for global scalability.
June 14, 2022 by Miguel Eiras Antunes
New federal funding for EVs is a new opportunity to make communities healthier, create jobs and boost equitable access to transportation.
March 22, 2022 by Britta Gross
How circular economics for wood waste can grow in New York City; Pittsburgh and Eugene, Oregon.
February 18, 2022 by Marisa Repka
The economic and societal benefits of airtight trust in persistent policies despite the inevitable shoestring tackles all struggles societies face.
January 26, 2022 by Finn Mortensen
These communities are inspiring more ambitious projects in flood-prone nations as far-flung as French Polynesia and the Maldives.
January 21, 2022 by Shira Rubin
Without getting cities right, we cannot solve the climate crisis.
January 20, 2022 by Rogier van den Berg
Smoke, heat and stress have become the norm and are primarily affecting the already disadvantaged.
January 18, 2022 by Kyla Thomas
Urban redesigns inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic and consumer interest in greener commuting options are putting more e-bikes, scooters and the like on the streets.
January 4, 2022 by Antonio Pequeño IV
Some transit agencies are saying, 'This bus is perfectly good — except for all the pollution' and doing something about it.
January 4, 2022 by Henry Pan
“Smart cities” built from scratch have so far failed to live up to their much-hyped promise.
January 3, 2022 by Jim Robbins
The compost, made from sewage and wood chips, is powerful stuff for gardeners.
December 30, 2021 by Chad Small
A group of activists in the German capital are pushing an ambitious plan to eliminate private vehicles in the city center, an area twice as big as Manhattan.
December 29, 2021 by Patrick Maynard
Collectively, the work of 25 cities in the Climate Challenge will reduce CO2 emissions by 74 million metric tons from 2020 through 2030, compared to business as usual.
December 23, 2021 by Hilary Firestone
From Lagos to London, cities need to be reshaped.
December 22, 2021 by John Rennie Short