These two big buy-ins mean the Paris Agreement is more likely to be ratified this year, or even as soon as this month. We take a closer look at what’s next.
Policy & Government
A catch all category for government, politics and initiatives to influence either.
On Saturday, several hundred protesters streamed over wire fences to stop the desecration of Native American burial sites by an oil company’s bulldozers. Not a great way to introduce neighbors to a new multi-state pipeline.
It’s easy being green in the city of Cincinnati. In fact, the city is quickly becoming one of the greenest, most innovative cities in the country.
Art is emerging as an economic driver for distressed communities. These three cities catalyzed artistic movements to revitalize downtowns, attract visitors and create jobs.
This momentous announcement tips the balance toward a quick entry into force of the Agreement by the end of 2016 — if not by the end of September.
SPECIAL SERIES: Are Americans Getting Healthier?
We are two years into the greatest national healthcare experiment in American history. And experts are poring over data to determine the success of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. We spoke with a Harvard researcher to find out more about healthcare access in America today.
A new water conservation project in New York City deploys 50,000 oysters and 5,000 recycled toilets to help the Billion Oyster Project reach its 2030 goal.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned the anti-bacterial triclosan in personal wash products, but the EPA is still reviewing the environmental case against it.
The expansion preserves some of the world’s most pristine coral reefs and other marine ecosystems where new species are frequently discovered.
Now that natural gas has claimed the No. 1 power generation title from coal, the industry should probably brace for an increase in unwanted attention, too.
After several frustrating years of trying to establish immigration reform, President Obama has finally come up with a way to help immigrants caught in Congress’ tug-of-war over immigration and finances.
California is struggling to recycle its waste, including single-use disposable containers that are a lifeline for some of the state’s poorest residents. Meanwhile, more trash is finding its way into the Golden State’s landfills.
This week we’re going straight to the city of Milwaukee, who certainly has a thing or two to say about why a festival like Rock the Green makes sense and why the city itself takes an interest in it.