How can planners attract the 60 percent of Americans who say they would bike more if they felt more secure? The answer could be cheap and simple.
Bats are mammals, shy creatures of the night, and fascinating to watch. They’re also endangered by loss of habitat, disease, and pesticide poisoning. You can help by providing protection.
Forty years ago, almost half of American kids biked to school. A smart idea for getting kids pedaling again.
The challenge: build the greenest houses on earth—and make them affordable.
Photo Essay: Don’t think you know how to build your own house? Neither did 23-year-old Ella Jenkins before she picked up the tools and started.
Small, supportive, affordable, recycled—and you can build your own.
Can farming revitalize our cities and change the way we eat? Follow two friends across the United States to find out.
Sustainable, low-cost, and natural ways to care for your critters.
Just because a 2x4 isn't straight doesn't mean it can't be used. Meet a contractor who would rather raid the dump than the lumber aisle.
Heirloom skills for sustainable living.
A school bus pedaled by kids, the world’s largest bike-share, and other innovations that are changing how we cycle.
This Visual Learning lesson will get your students thinking about where their clothes come from and how colorful fabric is made.
From rose hip syrup to "fire cider," natural remedies can help you fight seasonal maladies.
Get a bike, fix a bike, give a bike—how a local collective spreads the love of cycling.
I longed for simpler surroundings. So I made a resolution: Each week I would move more stuff out of the house than came in.