We don’t yet understand what the internet is doing to our politics and culture, but we do know what it’s doing to the planet.
Steve Cohen, Author at State of the Planet
As our planet becomes more urban, the importance of parks and other public spaces becomes magnified.
The Trump Administration’s efforts to roll back environmental regulations is running into the state and local opposition one might expect given this nation’s strong support for environmental protection.
Science, communication and learning will continue to transform our world, and our graduates will work hard to ensure that this transformation is largely positive.
We need local policies to encourage better waste management, more recycling and less use of plastics in the first place.
There’s a new deputy in town: Andrew Wheeler, a fossil fuel fanatic who once served on the staff of snowball-wielding climate denier Senator James Inhofe.
We have an opportunity to build an exciting, dynamic and transformative model sustainable city.
To be a competitive global city we must become a sustainable city, and we need our governor and mayor to put their political differences aside to address problems of housing and mass transit.
Cutting regulations will harm the auto industry—and the general public—more than it helps.
Government should encourage urban living by making it more affordable and attractive, and provide incentives for density; it should not try to mandate it.