For hawks, the secret is out: The big city has a lot of food to offer.
They live with us, but they’re not domesticated.
It’s not about the fight, it’s about what leads to the fight.
Which is a pity, because they save us a lot of money.
Even if the goals set in Paris are met — this doesn’t look very good.
Being science, ‘cool’ here refers to temperatures.
A skyscraper filled with food? Sign me up!
The roof, the roof, the roof is on fireeee.
Eight of the top ten are in Europe, with the highest city in the US coming at 29th — San Francisco.
It’s a pretty pretty city, too.
Unprecedented levels of smog pollution in Iran’s capital have killed over 400 people.
A new study from Yale University mapped urban centers from 3700 B.C. to 2000 A.D. It’s an amazing ride!
As anyone who’s moved from the countryside to the city can testify, the transition isn’t easy.
A research team from University College in London has calculated that in the last five years, the ten biggest cities have increased their climate adaptation spending by a quarter. But they also found that it’s capital, not people, that we’re investing the most to protect. Beyond the moral implications this entails, it also means that poor but highly populated cities and
Ants often get a lot of bad rep for being “pests” in the city, but a new study has shown that ant populations are actually very helpful in urban environments. Scientists researching the behavior of ants have found that they dispose of garbage with remarkable efficiency, keeping rats and other garbage-dependent pests at bay. “Urban green spaces provide ecosystem services to
A first of its kind study conducted at the University of Colorado Denver looked at how city design affects populace health. Older cities, initially built for pedestrian traffic in mind were found to harbor less cases of diabetes and other diseases than those with broader streets and fewer intersections. While some people can stay healthy and stick to exercising habits no matter where they live in, the study suggests that in general cities which are optimized for vehicle traffic discourage walking and other healthy activities.