Akron, Ohio's “shop local“ app has created half a million dollars of economic activity since it launched last summer. Now, Boston wants to capture some of that magic.
The 15-Minute City, an urban concept in which all basic needs can be satisfied with a 15-minute walk or bike ride, is catching on in the U.S. as an indirect reaction to the pandemic.
Supporting social justice organizations extends to the spaces they use. New approaches in design and community engagement help.
Bills have been introduced in several states that saw the pandemic recession as a clarion call for keeping their money at home.
An Indian biologist went door-to-door, listening and helping people develop livelihoods, to ultimately save an endangered species.
Construction waste is a huge polluter. An international experiment is hoping to reduce that waste to nothing.
A post-petroleum transition plan.
Residents face the threat of disasters, construction noise, and loss of control over their land.
With tourism all but gone, the pandemic could provide the momentum necessary to activate much-needed changes in how we approach conservation.
These animals spark intense debates about land management and resource allocation, but we can look to global pastoralists for answers.
Chef Regina Tchelly repurposes food waste to provide access to healthy food and remedy a broken social system.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hurt communities all over Mexico. But a network of Indigenous artisans is finding a way to survive during the shutdown.
Could this be the beginning of a new food economy?
It’s time to think big about housing. No more evictions and foreclosures. Rent and mortgage cancellation on a grand scale. Twelve million new green housing units in the next 10
The nation’s only state-owned bank serves as a model for how the U.S. is fighting the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic.