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Native tree and shrub rain gardens offer hope for managing New Orleans stormwaters.
A Tualatin River, Oregon, project seeks to use trees and shade to cool water naturally…saving electricity and costs associated with ‘chillers.’
Efforts to convert methane to plastic offer one glimpse into using market-driven approaches to managing climate change.
Utilities are modernizing their electricity distribution approaches to improve energy efficiency.
A buzzword among city planners, the concept of ‘resiliency’ calls for preparing for new day-to-day realities.
Promising energy storage technologies could speed transition to clean-energy future.
Clean energy, affordable housing, and local ag products seen critical in city ravaged by wildfires, drought, and massive flooding.