Austin Is Giving Displaced Residents the ‘Right to Return’

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A new city policy allows working-class families priced out of their neighborhoods to come back — affordably.

Why ‘Work from Anywhere’ Works for Refugees

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As remote employment becomes the norm, some refugees are discovering new opportunities and autonomy.

L.A.’s New Reflective Streets Bounce Heat Back into Space

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The air in these neighborhoods is getting cooler — with huge implications for sweltering cities worldwide.

The Nine Cent Taxis of Rural South Korea

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In places where bus service has vanished, dirt-cheap taxis are keeping people mobile.

Meet the World’s First Carbon-Neutral Soccer Club

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An all-vegan stadium. A field fertilized with seaweed. How the owner of the sport’s most sustainable team is cultivating “a new kind of soccer fan.”

These Guides Help Defendants Avoid the Legal System’s Boobytraps

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When filling out forms with the wrong color ink can lead to jail time, you need a navigator.

Once Upon a Pandemic, New York Let Its Street Vendors Thrive

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When vendors in Queens started self-governing during Covid, the city got a glimpse of how public spaces can truly flourish.

Turning Prisons into Pure Potential

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What could we do besides lock people up?

Returning 600,000 Acres to Nature, One Piece at a Time

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As homeowners, churches and even railway operators “rewild” their land, biodiversity is flocking back to England’s East Anglia region.

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