The potential upside: predictable returns and the knowledge that you're contributing to a low-carbon future.
Experts talk up public-private collaboration for 'urban planning 2.0.'
Communities are increasingly keeping climate change in mind as they plan roads, sewers and energy grids.
Too many communities around the world aren't capable of handling their own Hurricane Harvey.
An interview with Fiona Murray, co-director of the MIT Innovation Initiative, about turning infrastructure's "problem-rich environment" into opportunity.
The Gulf city has become the poster child for building to withstand extreme weather, climate change and social or economic shocks — but there's a long way to go.
Trickle-down infrastructure isn't the path forward for sustainable development.
Investor groups are pressuring banks to divest from financing the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline. Will this be a jumping off point for more financial activism?
Exploring opportunities for climate collaboration with the Trump administration
Yes, it's possible to make the business case for low-carbon infrastructure. Here's how to start.