Cities

All Dried Up And Nowhere To Go

Lake Mead, we’ll be honest: You’ve looked better.

The reservoir, which serves 25 million people across the southwest, has been dwindling since 1993. Is this the new normal?

You're hired!

Who might Trump pick for top environmental roles in his cabinet?

We read the tea leaves and divine some names.

Living

The hot new trend in American infrastructure: Unpaved roads

We can't pay to repave roads so we're ripping them up instead.

Titanic move

Paris bans cars that remember when Leonardo DiCaprio was hot

Cars from before the world knew the lyrics to “MMMBop" can’t be on the roads during most daylight hours.

Cities

Miami’s plan to deal with climate change: Make developers pay up

Developers get rich building in vulnerable areas. Now the city wants them to pay for its protection.

Climate & Energy

Rising seas are lapping at the doors of Trump’s real estate empire

"You're fired!" says the ocean.

off the rails

Explosive oil trains are feeling some serious heat this week

Protestors across the U.S. are trying to take down this deadly public health threat.

Living

New York City hopes a 10-foot wall can save it from rising seas

Now New York really is New Amsterdam.

Walk It Out

The key to fighting climate change and mortality? Walkable cities

Watch how to make your city better for humans — not cars -- to get around.