President Trump's proposed budget would be a disaster for the transportation networks that are key to the growth engines of today's economy: cities and their suburbs.

A round-table discussion with environmental justice leaders on the challenges (and opportunities) of the Trump era

Rather than pay much more down the road, President Trump should act now to build infrastructure that can withstand the effects of climate change

The Island Press Urban Resilience Project has officially reached our 100th published piece! Come celebrate with us by taking a walk down memory lane.

Each month, Island Press discounts one of its e-books wherever e-books are sold—and today is your last chance to get Prospects for Resilience:...

If your organization/coalition/group views racial and ethnic diversity as an endpoint, and is only ready to add another color to your crayon box, please give deep consideration to your intent and process. 

In October, Jonah Engel Bromwich wrote an article for the New York Times entitled “Where should you live to escape...

Most people now accept that the world’s climate is changing rapidly as a result of human activities — mainly the direct emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases that trap heat radiating from the earth, causing the temperature of our small blue...

Trying to predict how different US cities will be affected by climate change is something like trying to predict the movement of a single molecule in a sea of Brownian motion....

What will happen when thousands of people overwhelm communities?

Climate change is mostly a “slow onset” phenomenon.  It does, however, generate fast-onset disasters/catastrophes as well.  Multiple years of drought slowly debilitate the ecosystem,...

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