As a plan to renew a historic 15-acre public park in Cambridge takes shape, whose voices are guiding the direction of the project?
In Central California, a 25-year restoration river restoration project is changing the way communities, lawyers, and scientists think about managing the state’s water.
A Q&A with Charles Bedford, managing director of The Nature Conservancy’s Asia Pacific Region.
The maker movement is a growing force of global innovation. Now, some makers are pushing the community to take on the pressing problems of the day, including cleantech and climate change solutions.
Environmental stories are local stories. But community media organizations increasingly lack the resources to dedicate to the in-depth reporting they require. That’s why Climate Confidential is starting Local Edition, a new series of stories produced in partnership with local newspapers and media.
If nuclear is to play a significant role in a low-carbon energy future, what will it take to make that happen?
To kick off the “Smart Cities” issue of Climate Confidential, I posed a few questions about what life in the smart city will really be like.
My first story for Climate Confidential looks at why it’s so hard to enforce environmental regulations at small factories and what can be done about.