We asked experts what regular people can do to make a difference.
Erratic water levels, disappearing beaches — climate change is already affecting Lake Michigan’s shoreline. Here’s what else we can expect.
Nancy Economos, founder of the nonprofit Watts of Love, joins us from Freeport, the Bahamas, to update us on relief efforts post-Hurricane Dorian.
Water officials allowed homeowners to get meters installed faster if they opted out of safety testing for lead in their water.
Use our handy guide to determine which Chicago beaches are safe for swimming, and when to proceed with caution.
Now in its third year, the Chicago Excellence in Gardening Awards take into account gardens’ beauty, as well as sustainability and other factors.
Chicago has been replacing its old street lights with LED lights.
Back in 2008, Mayor Richard M. Daley’s plan to make Chicago “the greenest city in America” by 2020 made national news. How’s that going?
Think you know all the recycling rules? Think again. Check out this quick guide to some common do’s and don’ts of Chicago recycling.
One Chicagoan is worried her neighbors are putting the wrong things in their shared recycling bin. We share five do’s and don’ts.