A small urban backyard can become a green oasis with strategic planning and interesting design features.
Without access to digital tools, many Philadelphians couldn’t participate in a local bikeshare program. A program to boost digital literacy changed that.
Hip-hop is a multi-billion dollar industry with roots in poor urban planning. So says Hip Hop and Architecture scholar Michael Ford.
Many solar farm designers didn’t plan for the high grasses that would grow up and block precious sunlight from solar panels. The solution? Solar sheep! Here’s an eco-business that’s new, different, and in demand.
The Rio 2016 closing ceremonies are over. But is Brazil’s Special Committee on the Environment ready to close its books on its Green Games initiatives?
If you have only a small exterior space for growing plants and flowers, why not try a vertical garden?
Environmental literacy programs often target urban kids to inspire connections to the natural world.
The debate is on! Will Tesla’s Model S Autopilot usher in an era where commuting is easy and public transit loses its appeal? Does Tesla’s Autopilot feature contribute to urban sprawl?
What can a bunch of grad students do to try to combat urban sprawl? We’ll find out as the entries for The Geneva Challenge arrive on July 31, 2016.