A conversation with scientist Susanne Moser about climate communication, the benefits of functional denial, and the varied flavors of hope.
The Island Press Urban Resilience Project is excited to continue the urbanist journalism fellowship this fall with Greater Greater Washington!
In DC, several nonprofits aim to provide housing help that goes beyond simply providing shelter. They are helping young LGBTQ people feel affirmed.
Trump’s EPA seeks to limit state’s authority on climate action. If this effort succeeds, our towns and cities will face dirtier air, hotter summers and more extreme weather — and there will be less we can do about it.
It’s time to break up the automotive monopoly on transportation, and let cleaner, healthier, less expensive technologies take us where we need to go.
In the heart of Columbia Heights, a new apartment building offers residents and nearby community members an unexpected service: Resilience.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler continues to ignore the value of accurate scientific advice.
Tensions around a DC bridge reveal the historical and contemporary realities of how marginalized communities continue to be limited the full breadth of services afforded to other communities, both on land and in the water.
While rivers will continue to overflow their banks in the era of climate change and record-breaking storms, we can limit the damage and suffering that result.
In a city like Charleston, with deep cultural roots and countless historic buildings, the effects of development on neighborhood preservation and the growing impacts of climate change demand a new approach that can address both issues simultaneously.