Is the compact urban center model nothing more than a desperate attempt at harm reduction?
Ideally, large enough for self-sufficiency, small enough for reciprocity.
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Understanding what water wants can help protect built environments from floods and droughts, store carbon, and restore homes for other-than-human life.
A low cost way to decarbonize our buildings already exists.
By adopting zero-waste systems, cities can redress historic injustices and cool the climate.
Streets that invite people to walk, bike, scoot, and take reliable public transit are good for our health and climate.
Can we reinvent our urban spaces so that they have less of an impact on Earth?
How do we find a way through our complicated past to a reimagined future where we all have a chance to live out our dreams?
California Urban Streams Partnership shows Contra Costa County homeowners how to be stewards of their watersheds.
From local restoration initiatives to divestment campaigns, this year's awardees demonstrate the power of youth leadership.
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