Emergency Management Disability Awareness sessions will be held in local Missouri regions for the next three years.
Kristina Abovyan - 05-05-2023
By 2035, mobility in American cities could be transformed.
Michael Brady - 05-05-2023
A new DOE program designates funding to design geothermal heating and cooling.
Ysabelle Kempe - 05-05-2023
As plastic piles up, bills that shift the financial cost of recycling to the producers are gaining traction.
Molly Bolan - 05-05-2023
The Plant Sale will be Sunday, May 7, 8AM-1PM at Stephens Lake Park, 100 Old Hwy. 63, on the lake trail loop walkway.
City of Columbia Press Release - 04-28-2023
Despite supply-chain problems amid the effects of the pandemic, 2022 saw major increases in solar and wind power
Robert Zullo - 04-28-2023
New funding will help ensure that Missouri communities have access to clean and safe drinking water
EPA - 04-11-2023
Leaders in many communities now consider trees to be critical infrastructure
Alex Brown - 04-11-2023
Communities and states that want to use low-carbon materials to prepare for disaster are receiving a funding boost
Ysabelle Kempe - 04-11-2023
It’s not only possible to make a difference with our individual decisions — it is vital.
Sarah Shemkus - 04-11-2023
The EPA’s EJ mapping and screening tool helps governments target outreach to overburdened and underserved communities
Stephenie Overman - 04-06-2023
One new idea that’s gaining attention is the concept of food forests – essentially, edible parks.
Karen A. Spiller - 04-06-2023
More local governments are considering ordinances that would make it harder to remove healthy trees.
Rachel Gottlieb - 04-06-2023
The grants will help local governments prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions and improve connections between habitats.
Molly Bolan - 04-06-2023
Cities can work to ensure they roll out EV charging infrastructure equitably by listening and collaborating
Kalena Thomhave - 03-29-2023
Today, the EPA announced $3 million to Missouri to develop innovative strategies to cut climate pollution
EPA - 03-29-2023
There are several events scheduled this spring to help you engage in local climate action.
Jay Hashieder - 03-29-2023
Momentum is building for land- and water-based infrastructure strategies.
Kalena Thomhave - 03-29-2023
The Biden administration opened up applications for $700 million in grants for local governments to install EV chargers
Daniel C. Vock - 03-24-2023
The Inflation Reduction Act and others are offering all-too-rare opportunities for state and local governments.
Chip Kline and Simone Maloz - 03-24-2023
Climate change is altering spring growing conditions, and plant life is changing along with it.
PBS - 03-24-2023
A new report lists 10 policies to constrain polluting infrastructure and achieve key climate goals.
Joseph Winters - 03-24-2023
The Link Between Climate Change and Depression: Understanding the Impact and Coping Strategies
Dr. Shiekh Ahsun - 03-15-2023
Climate change has altered the jet stream, resulting in unpredictable clear-air turbulence that is difficult to detect.
Nicholas Vincent - 03-15-2023
Interior today announced a more than $120 million investment from the Inflation Reduction Act
US Department of the Interior - 03-15-2023
The city hosted an open house for residents to provide input on how the city's recycling system could be improved.
Emma Flannery - 03-15-2023
The impacts of climate change are already apparent in U. S. offshore waters, creating challenges for fisheries
Reggie Paros - 02-28-2023
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law offers an unprecedented opportunity to leverage transportation infrastructure
Catherine Nagel - 02-28-2023
“The climate is changing, and we are not adapted to be able to deal with it from a health perspective" an expert warned....
Isabella O'Malley - 02-28-2023
The Missouri Botanical Garden is known for its flowers, but that’s not where you’ll find ecologist Matthew Austin.
Angela Hutti - 02-28-2023
The hotter weather pattern might push the Earth into unprecedented territory next year.
Kate Yoder - 02-28-2023
How local leaders can partner with financial institutions to support frontline communities.
Erin Ceynar & Samantha Ender - 02-28-2023
As warmer temperatures fueled by climate change affect ecosystems globally, forests are under stress
SCIENMAG - 02-28-2023
Long before anyone called this place northwest Montana or considered it a tourist destination, it sustained the tribes.
Carly Graf - 02-21-2023
One in five Americans now lives in an area that's trying to move buildings off fossil fuels
Emily Pontecorvo - 02-21-2023
June is National Pollinator Month, and June 20th-26th is National Pollinator Week. But protecting and promoting pollinat...
CoMo Sus - 05-29-2023
May is National Bike Month, and as a city committed to sustainability and climate action, Columbia is the perfect place ...
Office of Sustainability - 04-28-2023
Spring is in the air in Columbia, and that means two things: it’s the season for spring-cleaning, and Earth Day is...
Office of Sustainability - 03-29-2023
The City of Columbia’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP) is taking bold steps to reduce our community&rsqu...
Office of Sustainability - 02-28-2023
In cities across the county, including Columbia, historic and current systems, policies, and behaviors create inequities...
The first month of the New Year means we’re thinking about what is on a lot of people’s minds: resolutions f...
Keep a lookout for new watershed signs in the Greater Bonne Femme Watershed!These signs welcome you into the watershed a...
Did you know the energy we use makes up 70% of Columbia's greenhouse gas emissions?We're on a mission to change ...