Some 700 million people live in earthen homes. A new paper calls for more modern styles, in part as a response to concrete-related emissions.
As much as 40 percent of cities in the US while conventional asphalt accounts for more than 95% of pavements worldwide
Animals that can adopt well to resource-rich urbanized environments could fare better than those that can't.
Scientists have found that the rich get even richer and the poor get even poorer, the larger cities become.
Researchers at Switzerland's EPFL say climate isn't the driver when it comes to why people commute by car – or why they stop,
"As a global event with a huge visibility, the Games also carry the responsibility to take effective action to address it.”