What do universities, the U.S. military and Wal-mart have in common?
How much trade is the right amount in the age of climate change?
Cities have begun to turn to adaptive reuse as a way to limit the environmental impacts of development.
The doubled-edged sword of bikes in Amsterdam can help improve our understanding of sustainability.
If implemented correctly, the landscape approach could increase food security while maintaining biodiversity and providing essential ecosystem services.
Should it matter whether we are driven by true personal motivation matter, by a rational economic incentive, or because of a catchy and appealing gimmick, so long as we are doing the “right thing”?
Despite the challenges to implementing solar microgrids in India, the prospects for expanded use in rural areas remains promising.
As the demand on cities to adapt to a rapidly changing future has intensified, so have the planning methods cities are adopting to respond.
There are benefits and drawbacks to private conservation efforts. Ignoring one in favor of the other does a disservice to all, especially local communities.
With nearly half of all American’s living in regions that violate air quality standards, a multi-pollutant approach to regulation has promise.