water management

Protecting Our Green Infrastructure in the Southwest

Protecting Our Green Infrastructure in the Southwest

Greater scarcity and unreliability of supplies may be our new normal, which means that greater cooperation is critical to the future capability of our watersheds to meet our needs, both burgeoning urban demands and the traditional uses of agriculture, mining and power.

A Massive Pollution-Fighting Green Wall Engulfs This Dutch City Hall

A Massive Pollution-Fighting Green Wall Engulfs This Dutch City Hall

When the Dutch city of Venlo decided to become the world’s first region to fully adopt Cradle to Cradle (C2C) principles, it seemed only fitting that their city hall be a beacon for sustainability.

Turning Cities Into Sponges: How Chinese Ancient Wisdom is Taking on Climate Change

Turning Cities Into Sponges: How Chinese Ancient Wisdom is Taking on Climate Change

How does a city cope with extreme weather? These days, urban planning that doesn’t factor in some sort of catastrophic weather event is like trying to build something in a fictional utopia.