Winter Storm Elliot in December brings up the question of whether the label of "once-in-a-generation" weather events are accurate or not.
About 10 trillion gallons of untreated stormwater runoff, containing sewage, trash, and toxins, enters U.S. waterways from cities every year.
Some climate resilience strategies could cause a problem for residents in nearby neighborhoods. How can we bring them into the solution?
Between upfront costs, regulatory hurdles, overlooked synergies, and social inequalities, greenspaces have yet to reach their full potential.
Hurricanes and tropical storms cause alarming damage. Why does climate change worsen these storms, and how can we minimize their destruction?
Today, 55% of the world population lives in a city, raising concerns over the environmental risks megacities face.
A break down of why earthquakes happen, why they’re so hard to predict, what problems they cause, and how we can better prepare for them.
A break down of the issues with traffic and some possible solutions like transit renovations, bike sharing, congestion pricing, and more.