Abita Springs, Louisiana's officials moved the city away from fossil fuels because of their minimal economic benefit.
An official gathering of US mayors took a strong, almost combative stance on climate change in sharp opposition to the federal government.
A coalition of mayors is about to meet in Miami to decide on a 100 percent renewable energy policy.
Before places like Maldives, the Bahamas, or Miami Beach are all underwater there's something you can do to keep lounging on their beaches.
Ongoing tension around gentrification has made the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority a priority in Georgia's capital.
The Windy City used over five million acres of roof space to go green.
Tucson, Arizona has added almost a quarter-million residents without using a drop more of water. Here’s how they did it.
From water conservation in Tucson to green roof initiatives in Chicago.
Local governments are leading the way to make their cities cooler, smarter, and more sustainable.
But are the benefits of this new enhancement device all in their heads?
On Monday, I flew down to Miami to volunteer for the Clinton campaign. On Wednesday morning, I woke up to the news we had lost.
We talked to New York ethics attorney Nicole Hyland about why she started a blog dissecting the conduct of everyone's favorite fictional defense lawyer.