The Basque Country has determinedly transformed itself into one of the most internationally competitive, socially inclusive, and environmentally progressive economies in the world.
Can a major coastal city successfully relocate to a safer place? We do not know, but it is time to ask the question.
How the renewal of a crumbling New Jersey church became a model for reinvestment in community life.
Under new EPA guidelines, we cannot expect that future chemical reviews will be credible and adequate.
A warming climate will bring stronger storms and rising seas to the nation’s coasts. Now is the time to reform and strengthen the national effort to prepare for growing coastal risks.
Even in states like New Mexico that depend on oil revenue, the costs outweigh the benefits.
The Ward 8 Woods group wants people to know to know that their woods are not the dumping grounds for anyone’s trash.
We’ve made little progress in preparing our communities and vital ecosystems for storms and sea-level rise, but there are tools we can use if government agencies and nonprofits take action.
As Vancouver and other cities invent and implement ways to decarbonize their systems and strengthen resilience to climate change, we are reinventing the basic model for urban development that has prevailed since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
A look at how building owners and other stakeholders are adapting to DC’s ambitious new clean energy law.