Helping Property Owners Manage Their Streams

California Urban Streams Partnership shows Contra Costa County homeowners how to be stewards of their watersheds.

Jessica Hall

How the Climate Crisis is Driving Stronger Storms Further Inland

Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Fiona dumped great amounts of water across larger stretches of land.

Nina Lakhani The Guardian

Going Back to Move Forward

By adopting zero-waste systems, cities can redress historic injustices and cool the climate.

Claire Arkin Cat Diggs

Activists Push to Make Ecocide an International Crime

Movement aims to make destruction of ecosystems an international crime against peace.

Ramon Antonio Vargas The Guardian

It’s Time to Prioritize Moving People Over Cars

Streets that invite people to walk, bike, scoot, and take reliable public transit are good for our health and climate.

Amy Thomson

Seeing the River

Protecting ourselves from knowledge of the damage we have caused does not protect either the people or the places that we love.

Nicholas Crane Moore

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Autumn 2022

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High Water

Urban designer Kristina Hill helps cities and frontline communities adapt to rising sea levels.

Kate B. Littleboy

The Future is Electric

A low cost way to decarbonize our buildings already exists.

Lacey Tan

Freshly Greenwashed, Big Oil Meets to Talk Net Zero

Brussels summit comes on the back of new revelations about how top fossil fuel companies mislead the public and obstruct climate action.

Andy Rowell

Nature-Enabled Urban Design

Innovative infrastructure projects find inspiration in the wild to restore urban air, waterways, and coastlines.

Scott Burnham

A Close Look at Roundup’s Legacy

New documentary peels back the curtain on the flawed regulatory framework perpetuating toxic farming practices.

Gary Graham Hughes KPFA - Terra Verde

The Music of Home

In Review: Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution’s Creativity, and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction

Michael Engelhard

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