Despite LEED certification for new buildings, structures with thicker walls and fewer windows often are more environment-friendly.
Seattle's Mike McGinn becomes the first municipal leader to join 350.org's divestment campaign. He's pushing back again coal trains too.
You'll forgive the region's ice if it's starting to look a little nervous.
Businesses are using gamification to goad us into buying more junk. But some people are trying to harness online games for good causes.
The market for pot in California is booming, thanks to the legalization of medical marijuana, and that means bad news for the environment and critters.
Whether we stop the crazy train with a compromise or careen into the ravine, the fiscal cliff presents serious challenges for cities and agriculture.
In the battle between polluting and not polluting quite so much, how did the world fare in 2012?
The Center for Biological Diversity is running an ad in The New York Times calling for the NRA to stop blocking efforts to remove lead from bullets.
AquAdvantage salmon eat five times the food and grow twice as fast as normal salmon. And now, thanks to the FDA, they're headed for your plate.