Elizabeth Hausler Strand founded Build Change, a nonprofit, to bring in the (literal) reinforcements when natural disasters strike.
A new map shows where you can catch glimpses of San Francisco's original watershed system underneath the urban skin.
The Old Smoke's famous double-decker bus might be getting a whole lot greener.
Trucks are singularly lethal vehicles when it comes to accidents with pedestrians and cyclists. But there's a way to make them less deadly.
In the new season of "True Detective," the city of Los Angeles is as dirty and soulless as its flawed protagonists.
We've crowded nature out of much of our cities -- but we can always invite it back in.
Grist's Ben Adler and MSNBC's Tony Dokoupil talk about Adler's essay on how gentrifying cities can avoid the mistakes Brooklyn has made.
As the state's drought grinds into a bone-dry summer, California is adjusting its rules. Now people have to make the new rules work.
Parisian cabbies are allegedly protesting Uber by blocking roads, but we know what they're REALLY doing.