Read the full story in Wired. A new model estimates that by 2100, cities across the world could warm as much as 4.4 degrees Celsius.
Read the full story at Grist. But are 100 percent renewable cities actually … 100 percent renewable? The reality is a bit complicated — and
Read the full story at GreenBiz. City life can be deeply unfair. This was true before the coronavirus pandemic exposed just how differently the rich and
by Anupam Nanda (University of Manchester) The lockdowns and restrictions introduced to control the spread of COVID-19 have resulted in huge changes to urban life.
Download the document. Parks—especially those that are densely wooded and deep green—can counter urban temperatures exacerbated by heat-trapping buildings, pavement, and concrete. Given the increased
Read the full story at Utility Dive. Marty Walsh spoke with Smart Cities Dive about balancing his new role as Climate Mayors chair while addressing