These days you rarely hear about people who wish to move to a rural area. It is especially strange when someone who has lived all their lives in an urban area one day decides to uproot and go live in the peace and quiet of the countryside.
In trying to keep our cities sustainable while promoting economic growth, there’s only so much city planners can do. The rest is up to each of us.
How to Prepare Buildings for Changing Climate Conditions in 2018 2030 Challenge sets the goal of carbon-neutral buildings within the next 12 years
The 2030 Challenge sets the goal of carbon-neutral buildings within the next 12 years, and we have a lot of work to do to get there….
Sustainable DC, launched in the nation’s capital in 2012, has spurred notable accomplishments, from bicycling innovations to green buildings…
Experts weigh in on the environmental pros and cons of our the growing population density of cities across the United States and beyond.
For parkour enthusiasts, the urban environment offers endless opportunities. Retaining walls for jumping, handrails for vaulting, roof-tops for leaping…
Boulder, Colorado, is now SmartGridCity. Thanks to a test run of smart grid technologies there, residents are already saving money and reducing energy use.
Urban trees function as the lungs of the city, filtering out air pollution and carbon dioxide while also countering the urban heat island effect with shade.