Another one for the records was caught in the Chattahoochee River near Columbus, an area known for big fish.
A Boston firm, the Collaborative, sent its CEO to Atlanta to learn more about MARTA’s intent to hire a consultant to create master plans to guide future development around two stations at the ends of ...
The proposal to mine sand near the Okefenokee Swamp could be affected by a groundbreaking ruling on water rights issued by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The incoming Atlanta City Council is to face two thorny issues the past council voted in December to punt to the city’s new leadership: Tree protection and solid waste fees.
Snow Cone the right whale has been spotted with her calf off the coast of Cumberland Island, still entangled in the fishing gear she’s dragged all the way from Massachusetts.
As Congress and the Biden administration support the nuclear power industry with $8.5 billion, the Plant Vogtle construction project remains over budget, behind schedule and the subject of watchdog criticism.
A UGA professor known internationally for her work on plastics in waterways brings the issue home in a way that helps everyday folks understand the dangers presented by plastic waste.
Georgians who want to invest in the green economy are to have more opportunities as cities and states start spending federal infrastructure funds and local governments seek to borrow money to put into projects.
The prospect of bus rapid transit serving passengers along the top end of I-285 advanced Thursday, with MARTA’s board voting to collaborate with the other entities involved with improving mobility on the northern side of ...
Atlanta has the opportunity at the Chattahoochee Brick Co. site to set a course toward healing wounds inflicted by the treatment of Black citizens by Atlanta’s white elites in the post Reconstruction era.
By Guest Columnist BRIAN McGOWAN, president of the The Centennial Yards Co. Returning to Atlanta after spending nearly three years in the Pacific Northwest, I see a city now facing the similar opportunities and challenges Seattle ...
By Guest Columnist Dr. PREETI JAGGI, a pediatrician based in Atlanta As a pediatrician, I’ve seen firsthand how the burden of pollution and climate change can disproportionately fall on our children.
Monarch Migration 2021 should be about over in Georgia. It’s not. This has prompted butterfly specialists to ask citizen scientists for help.
Discussion of nuclear power generated by facilities such as Plant Vogtle appears to be surging at COP26, the United Nations climate summit in Scotland.
Climate change likely will be more than an abstract concept in metro Atlanta. Higher taxes and an influx of residents are among possible consequences as people move to escape problems elsewhere, two planners contend.
Georgia’s leaders in sustainability recognized achievements and outlined aspirations during their Oct. 28 celebration of the 76th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
Four members of an organization that intends to promote climate action in Georgia joined an event Thursday to discuss the importance of communication and helping one another.
A scientist working to groom Black scientists at Savannah State University was recognized Tuesday with a 2021 Clean 13 award from the Georgia Water Coalition.
MARTA’s board of directors took another step Thursday to maintain progress on construction of the Summerhill BRT project, following last week’s public update on the region’s first bus rapid transit route that’s scheduled to open ...