Mayors

Vote Now

How Voting in These States Could Be Rendered Meaningless Thanks to Gerrymandering

How you can stop the people intentionally redrawing electoral maps to give political parties an unfair advantage.
Katelyn Harrop
10.31.17
Voices

How a 22-Year-Old Mayoral Candidate Wants to Make Millennials Vote

Win or lose, Gus Pedrotty’s campaign for mayor of Albuquerque is a refreshing approach in talking to young voters.
Nick Chedli Carter
9.28.17
The Rundown

By the Way, Millions of People Get to Choose Their Elected Officials This Fall

Your guide to what’s working with local elections, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
9.27.17
Livable Planet

In 25 Years, San Francisco Cut Its Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 28 Percent

What the City by the Bay's trash can teach us about sustainability.
Impact Staff
9.19.17
Livable Planet

150 Mayors Pledged to Switch Their Cities to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

A nationwide environmental campaign just reached a major milestone.
Impact Staff
9.6.17
The Rundown

Nation Looks in the Mirror After White Nationalist Rally in Charlottesville

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
8.14.17
Voices

How US Mayors Are Responding to Charlottesville

From banning monuments to criticizing the president, city leaders weigh in on the weekend's deadly display of racism, chaos and hatred.
Nick Chedli Carter
8.14.17
Impact Climate

More Than 250 US Cities Pledged to Use 100 Percent Clean Energy by 2035

An official gathering of US mayors took a strong, almost combative stance on climate change in sharp opposition to the federal government​.
Meg Charlton
7.5.17
Ready for 100

US Mayors Set to Solidify Support for 100 Percent Renewable Energy

A coalition of mayors are turning it up in Miami and officially take a stand on climate change, jobs and a livable future.
Impact Staff
6.26.17
Ready for 100

These Mayors Are Leading the Charge on National Climate Change Action

A coalition of mayors is about to meet in Miami to decide on a 100 percent renewable energy policy.
Meg Charlton
6.22.17
Impact Work

ATL's Transportation Woes Are a Warning for American Infrastructure

Ongoing tension around gentrification has made the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority a priority in Georgia's capital.
Meg Charlton
6.14.17
Impact Climate

Pittsburgh Mayor Bucks Trump, Commits to 100 Percent Clean Energy

The city of Pittsburgh is looking at Trump like, "Boy, bye."
Aaron Barksdale
6.2.17
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