In the last two decades, 13 percent of the state has gone up in flames.
Natural Solutions I recently visited Monterrey to learn about how nature can help manage the challenges this city faces as
The wild West is getting a lot less wild.
According to Ashali Bhandari, another victim of the increased land pressure in India has been the recycling hubs in Bangalore
Historians of the future may debate whether Benjamin Ross is right, but at least he tries to explain why 30 years after World War II it was American cities, not European, that looked bombed out.
A rise in automobile traffic increased commuting times in 2011 and 2012. Los Angeles is frequently voted among U.S. cities
OSLO, April 14 (Reuters) - The world's urban areas are set to grow by almost twice the size of Manhattan a day until 2030
Cities across the globe are growing in size and population at an astounding rate, and a team of researchers are looking at
Ghosts, Goblins and Sprawl: What How Kids Trick-or-Treat in Your Neighborhood Says About Your Community
Halloween trick or treating is many things: a tradition of American childhood, a chance for kids and adults alike to express their creativity, a day when it's OK for everyone to eat candy. Here's something else it's inadvertently become: a measure of how far apart many Americans now live from their neighbors -- and as such, a proxy for community.
Can high speed rail compete with self-driven cars, improved airlines and all the technology of the future?
None of these future technologies outlined here are certain to pan out as predicted -- but it's a very bad bet to assume