Cities

Cities

Georgia to transform an unassuming stretch of interstate into a greener highway

The "world's first sustainable highway" could be coming to Georgia.

Business & Technology

Chinese waste-to-energy plant will be a mile in circumference

The world's largest trash-burning plant will feature solar panels and a pedestrian path.

Cities

Does this smog make me look fat? Study links air pollution and obesity

Now residents of smog-choked cities may have one more thing to worry about.

Cities

Should California give subsidies to people buying bicycles?

California bike people want to change the state's clean-vehicle rebate rules so their preferred rides can get a share of the public cash.

Living

No, privatization is not the way to prevent the next Flint

Public utilities are way better water providers than private companies, a new report finds.

Cities

In Pennsylvania, oil trains are more likely to run through communities of color

You really don't want to live in an oil train "blast zone" -- but these communities don't have a choice.

Living

Mysterious goop falls out of the sky in suburban Michigan

No one seems to know what the substance is, or where it came from.

Cities

If Trump wins, this Canadian island will have you

Fellow Americans, meet your new home: the island of Cape Breton.

Business & Technology

Baltimore youth of color are still fighting plans for gigantic garbage incinerator

United Workers has filed a notice of intent to sue over the polluting project.