Flooding costs the U.S. up to $496 billion a year, says a new analysis by Democrats on the U.S. Joint Economic Committee.
The company has struggled to recover from the plummeting ridership and driver shortages sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The changes aim to boost commercial corridors, promote life sciences activity and bolster manufacturing in the city. One ends a decades-old rule that barred certain commercial building uses.
A 2023 court decision that struck down Berkeley’s first-in-the-nation ban on gas hookups in new construction is part of what led to the ballot measure, an organizer said.
They want more than $6.7 million to go to states for advanced methane detection technology and $5 million for local governments to develop methane reductions plans at municipally owned landfills.
The revolving loan funds established with the federal awards can unlock millions in private capital for energy efficiency improvements, says the U.S. Department of Energy.
We have information about bikes and pedestrians and scooters which essentially no one else has,” said the micromobility company's head of global policy.
While eVTOL aircraft may seem futuristic, they will "become reality in the not-too-distant future," Archer's chief operating officer said.
Commercial construction firms aren’t waiting on OSHA’s much-anticipated heat standard to protect their workers.
Public bathrooms allow city residents to use public spaces more often and for longer, New York City’s Alliance for Public Space Leadership said in a statement. “There are far too few public restrooms ...
Government entities nationwide can apply for federal funding to build charging infrastructure in their communities.
The definition will bring clarity to the public and private sectors, supporting their efforts to decarbonize buildings and ramp up clean energy, said U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm.