Two recent studies are helping scientists understand bird-window collisions, one of the biggest sources of human-caused bird mortality in the U.S.
Green school buildings and curricula inspire increased environmental knowledge and behaviors among students, according to a study in the journal Children, Youth and Environments.
The most resilient cities aren’t the ones that fight the water back—but the ones that absorb it.
Cities are recycling old and outdated infrastructure in creative new ways
Black roofs are out, and white and green roofs are in.
Fatal bird collisions with buildings are preventable through smart design and could help some declining populations
What if old concrete could be given a new life as a filter for runoff? Or what if we could eliminate that waste altogether with a new and smarter way to demolish buildings?
Suburbs get a bad rap for environmental irresponsibility. But they may shine when it comes to renewable energy production.
The cover story of our Winter 2009 issue, “The Mushroom Messiah,” lays out five ways in which mushrooms could solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Bird habitat built into the wall