California Urban Streams Partnership shows Contra Costa County homeowners how to be stewards of their watersheds.
Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Fiona dumped great amounts of water across larger stretches of land.
By adopting zero-waste systems, cities can redress historic injustices and cool the climate.
Movement aims to make destruction of ecosystems an international crime against peace.
Streets that invite people to walk, bike, scoot, and take reliable public transit are good for our health and climate.
Protecting ourselves from knowledge of the damage we have caused does not protect either the people or the places that we love.
Urban designer Kristina Hill helps cities and frontline communities adapt to rising sea levels.
Brussels summit comes on the back of new revelations about how top fossil fuel companies mislead the public and obstruct climate action.
Innovative infrastructure projects find inspiration in the wild to restore urban air, waterways, and coastlines.
New documentary peels back the curtain on the flawed regulatory framework perpetuating toxic farming practices.
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