It cost $70 million per mile to replace the Rockaway Beach dunes and walkway destroyed by Superstorm Sandy five years ago, a project emblematic of forward-thinking coastal development.
The Oroville dam crisis inspired farmers to capture floodwater underground for use in warmer months.
An exponential growth in agricultural emissions is breaking a historical trend.
The state could buck the trend toward cap-and-trade with an initiative slated for the ballot in November.
Talk is actually translating to action — in most places.
The Clean Power Plan hangs in the balance following the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Across Europe, wood has become the renewable of choice, with forests razed to feed surging demand. Yet burning wood is worse than burning coal.
The broader approach to electricity encapsulated in Obama's new Clean Power Plan might just create the nation's newest carbon trading system.
California's cap-and-trade system has provided new ways for farmers to mitigate the risk of climate change. But will the rest of the United States follow suit?
One way to make cities and states pay attention to resilience: tie funding to concrete action.