Robert Bullard, who keynotes the eco-geek conference, says the war for climate justice will be won (or lost) in the South.
The attorney general said it was a “personal mission” to ensure that everyone enjoyed the same environmental protections. He quickly learned how difficult that would be.
A judge says Detroit can continue to cut off water to residents because the city "can't afford any revenue slippage."
A reader wonders if HOT lanes, open to carpoolers and people with money to burn, are an improvement on standard HOV lanes. Umbra gets him out of his jam.
A newly proposed "pied-à-terre tax" in New York City would apply to luxury homes owned by people who don’t actually live in the city.
Mayors and municipal governments are doing a lot, and can do a lot more, even while national governments are pathetic laggards.
The United Nations doesn't want the world to forget about climate change. And it's making big, flashy statements about it.
What does a "blue city" look like, anyway? For starters, take a look at Rotterdam and Wellington.
The $8 billion complex would send electricity from Wyoming to the city of Los Angeles, making the Hoover Dam look like a middle school science project.
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