Seattle's Gum Wall came to be in 1991 when Market Theater customers began sticking gum on the wall while waiting in line. The tourist attraction will be cleaned of approximately 1 million pieces of gum this week....More
Janice Barnes, principal and global discipline leader for Planning and Strategies, reflects on the impact of Hurricane Katrina and how the New Orleans' recovery efforts led to a global movement of resiliency....More
North Dakota uses twice the amount of car-energy, with mileage and gas consumption, as Florida, according to a newly-released WalletHub 2015 Most and Least Energy-Efficient States ranking. Find out the 10 states ranked the least energy-efficient.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed legislation Tuesday allowing $1.9 billion in state financing toward 280 local projects that will restore wastewater infrastructure and protect drinking water for the state's citizens in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy....More