Women are more likely than men to suffer from the effects of a changing climate. These leaders are leaning in to ensure that doesn’t happen.
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Meet 9 badass women fighting climate change in cities
The city has developed new indicators that could help urban communities keep closer tabs on local progress.
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Baltimore is using the SDGs to build a more just city
Illinois is centralizing investments in technologies such as the Internet of things, while allowing cities to prioritize according to local needs. Texas may be next.
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The first smart state? The quest to link up the Land of Lincoln
We look to Morocco’s success story for lessons on getting clean energy to 600 million people in Africa.
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How Morocco tapped into Africa’s renewable energy potential
Comments Off on A D.C. urban farm takes on urban problems
Dreaming Out Loud’s new farm hopes to provide jobs, business incubation and more in a city ward that has often been overlooked.
A D.C. urban farm takes on urban problems
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In week four of 10-part series, a Chinese campus goes for LEED gold; insurers account for climate change.
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100 seeds for a sustainable future: Launching entrepreneurship
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A two-acre farm in Detroit’s North End neighborhood offers free food, green space, and hope to the community.
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Verdant Detroit: Can ‘agrihoods’ revitalize urban centers?
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Short-term car rentals and shared rides could increase adoption of electric vehicles — and maybe even their self-driving siblings.
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GM’s Maven and Lyft aim to jumpstart on-demand EVs
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In week three of 10-part series, colleges are implementing programs to help students be the change they want to see in the world.
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Even politically “red” states stand to benefit from maturing deal and financial structures.